[ US /ˈvɔɪsˌmeɪɫ/ ]
  1. a computerized system for answering and routing telephone calls; telephone messages can be recorded and stored and relayed
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How To Use voicemail In A Sentence

  • He left a message, and hoped his friend would check his voicemail in the next hour or so.
  • To avoid charges, switch phone to voicemail and leave a message. The Sun
  • Call me This phone with voicemail is retro chic. The Sun
  • The controversy is trending on Twitter after this bizarre voicemail from his wife.
  • I grabbed my phone out of my room and dialed her cell phone but got voicemail immediately.
  • Once you get to the point where you have 10 unsolicited commercial voicemail messages every time you log on people will stop using it or at least only accept calls from people on their white list.
  • The Oregonian later reported that an 18-year-old woman left a distraught voicemail for Wu, accusing him of an "aggressive" sexual encounter.
  • He advocated email as a useful alternative to meetings, or voicemail for communication purposes.
  • The phone goes to voicemail and he leaves a message. Times, Sunday Times
  • I called the pharm and left a voicemail saying that I was going to be late. Read It!
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