Thesaurus / intone
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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

He should possess a good physical presence, and intone the offices with elegance and precision.

Life on a Mediaeval BaronyWilliam Stearns Davis

Only a few months before she had seldom seen him intone grace at all.

The old man made ablutions in the sea and began to intone his prayer.

The King of AlsanderJames Elroy Flecker

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

Has not man something better to do than to learn to bow, to intone, to admire flowers, and to look at painted glass?

The London PulpitJ. Ewing Ritchie

Invisible choristers, among whom we seem to distinguish voices of men and youths, now intone a mystic chant.

If a student is unable to distinguish a correct intonation, his voice will not intone correctly.

We will intone the battle-psalms, and, from the Lozere to the sea, Israel shall arise!

Intone, nevertheless, he did; and as badly as mortal man well could!

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