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intoned

verb as in utter

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“This is a message to you, oh Vladimir Putin,” intoned the narrator.

Once the public got wind of their move, they intoned that they were just trying to streamline government.

Take a good look at the face on your TV screen,” the ads intoned, labeling Cianci “The Anti-Corruption Candidate.

“Statesman and savants, builders and even priests are their servants,” intoned Time.

One young woman, when asked this question, looked me up and down intoned, in a slow, rural Welsh accent, “Back to the apes.”

The King entered unexpectedly without the royal anthem being intoned.

In all that great church there was only one to whom his slowly intoned words had a significant meaning.

He intoned a line or two of Court Persian, which is the language of authorised and unauthorised diplomacy.

So saying he intoned in Veni Creator, chanted in chorus by all present.

It may be observed that the assistant curate knelt with his back to the congregation, whilst the Vicar intoned the Commandments.

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On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to intoned, such as: recite, sing, croon, articulate, chant, and cant.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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