Definition for "intone"
Sentence for "intone"
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Form for "intone"
- To recite in a singing tone.
- To utter in a monotone.
- To utter with a musical or extended note or tone; to chant.
- To consult a unique or strange tone into the vocals, or in a monotone.
- To consult a singing tone or with a particular intonation.
- Music To sing a plainsong intonation.
- To utter a prolonged tone or a deep, protracted noise; to speak or recite in a measured, sonorous way; to intonate.
- to provide tone or selection of tone to; to vocalize.
- To utter with a musical or extended note or tone; to speak or recite with performing vocals; to chant; as, to intone the church service.
- To utter a tone; complete a protracted sound.
- recite with music intonation; recite as a chant or a psalm
- talk very carefully, as with rising and dropping pitch or in a specific tone
- total monotonously and repetitively and rhythmically
- To give tone or selection of tone to; vocalize.
- to carry into tone or tune; figuratively, to imbue with a particular tone of feeling.
- To speak or recite because of the singing sound: as, to intone the litany.
- To utter a tone; complete a protracted noise.
- Specifically To use a monotone in pronouncing or repeating; talk or recite with the singing sound; chant.
- In songs:
- to make a tone, or a specific series of tones, like a scale, especially using voice; sing or chant.
- In plainsong, to sing the intonation of a chant or melody.