intonation[ in-toh-ney-shuh n, -tuh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF intonation
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTONATION
A sudden throb of shock masked in the surface indifference of intonation.
The intonation of the Ungava Eskimos, particularly the women, is like a plaint.
Something in his intonation, some change in his face, gripped hold of Duncan.
Mademoiselle caught the meaning of the intonation rather than any in the words.
"Say, Rossi isn't an anarchist," said a man with an American intonation.
The very speech and intonation of the one has melody, of the other harshness.
The intonation which his voice gave to it now caused her to look up quickly.
She pronounced the name exactly with her mother's intonation.
“I am not so sure myself,” she continued with a curious, vanishing, intonation of despair.
"Hello," said Herbert, with no intonation of surprise, as he looked up.
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