intone

[ in-tohn ]SEE DEFINITION OF intone

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INTONE

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

We will intone the battle-psalms, and from the Lozre to the sea Israel shall arise.

But considered as a whole, the singers are like actors, who intone instead of speaking.

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

I seized the Targa's arm as he was starting to intone his refrain for the third time.

My body shall be the altar, and my sighs the vows, and I will intone the service in thousands and thousands of verses.

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

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

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

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

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR INTONE

droning

verbmaking noise continuously
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