What is another word for vox?

Pronunciation: [vˈɒks] (IPA)

Vox is originally a Latin word meaning "voice" or "sound" and has become widely used in modern times to refer to media outlets or news organizations. A synonym for this word could be "voice," which carries a similar connotation of representing a group or community. Other synonyms could include "mouthpiece," "advocate," "spokesperson," or "representative." These words imply a sense of authority or influence, suggesting that the "vox" in question is seen as a credible or trustworthy source. Additionally, synonyms like "messenger" or "carrier" highlight the idea of information or messages being conveyed through this medium.

What are the hypernyms for Vox?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

Usage examples for Vox

In ordinary times of public inattention the vox populi may be manufactured by a small number of persons, for the mass of the people are rarely interested until an issue has been presented to them, and the framing of that issue, which may be by far the most important step in the whole process, is often done at a meeting of half a dozen men.
"The Government of England (Vol. I)"
A. Lawrence Lowell
"What Punch says" appears to be a good deal to the Great Ones of our world, thick-skinned though they be; for even outside politics, they have, generally speaking, accepted as an axiom "vox Punchii, vox Populi;" while Cabinet Ministers, from the Premier downwards, have hoped from his benevolence and feared from his hostility!
"The History of "Punch""
M. H. Spielmann
The smell of Rome makes you feel as if you wished to be very beautiful, and move to the slow accompaniment of a magnificent church organ, with the vox Humana stop drawn out.
Lowell, Orson

Famous quotes with Vox

  • vox populi, vox humbug.
    William Tecumseh Sherman

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