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To question and listen attentively in order to discover a person's opinion, intent, or preference, especially by using indirect conversational remarks.
To pronounce a word or phrase by articulating each of its letters or syllables slowly in sequence.
(intransitive) To speak or sing loudly, to call out.
I knew I could, but I couldn't get a sound out.
Richard plays banjo, bass, mandolin, guitar or anything he can get a sound out of.
Our government minders would not allow us to sound out public opinion.
With no more woodwind nor strings, the new Chorus plays sparsely produced pop songs, filling the sound out with keyboards and kazoos.
Super WHY ABC Letter Game helps children develop reading skills by identifying letters, rhyming, correcting silly sentences and learning how to sound out basic words.
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