Definitions for visible speech
Random House Webster's College Dictionary
a system of phonetic symbols developed by Alexander Melville Bell in 1867 to represent the position of the speech organs in articulating sounds.
the visual representation of characteristics of speech, as by sound spectrograms.
Origin of visible speech:
a phonetic alphabet invented by Melville Bell in the 19th century
spectrogram of speech; speech displayed spectrographically
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