Adjectives to describe someone’s voice –with Niharika

source: Learn English with Let's Talk    2017年1月8日

Croaky / Hoarse: If someone's voice is croaky or hoarse it means they speak in a very low rough voice that sounds as if they have a sore throat.

Flat –The voice which has no intonation and is very monotonous, it means they have a flat voice.

High Pitched: A very high and squeaky voice

Husky: Deep rough voice but in an attractive way.

Modulated: A very controlled and pleasant voice

Nasal: Nasal voice is as if they are speaking through their nose.

Orotund: Very formal, loud, clear and powerful voice

Silvery: Light and pleasant voice

Singsong: The voice that rises and falls in a musical way

Wobbly: The voice that goes up and down usually because you are nervous or when you are just about to cry.