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He has intoned his political moves with these same anti-establishment, unbeholden notes.
Homer intones, drool falling from his chin, sauce clinging to his shirt and empty boxes of “Rib-wich” piling up at his feet.
All four poets intone the strain, "Ye rocks and trees, guard the memory of our love."
FRDRIC MISTRALCHARLES ALFRED DOWNER
If a student is unable to distinguish a correct intonation, his voice will not intone correctly.
It seemed quite out of keeping with his homely manner and crumpled surplice that this particular reader should intone.
Brahms permits the bassoon to intone the Fuchslied of the German students in his "Academic" overture.
HOW TO LISTEN TO MUSIC, 7TH ED.HENRY EDWARD KREHBIEL
Oh, never more for me shall winds intone With all your tops a vast antiphony, Demanding and responding in God's praise!
BROWNING'S ENGLANDHELEN ARCHIBALD CLARKE
On festival days and Sundays four mother precentors intone the offices before a large reading-desk with four places.
LES MISRABLESVICTOR HUGO
Presently the sound of chanting arises, and the brethren of the yellow robe intone the prayers for the dead.
Then he began to intone the same weird chant that I had heard in the forest, the people joining in.
LATITUDE 19 DEGREEMRS. SCHUYLER CROWNINSHIELD

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