modulate[ moj-uh-leyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF modulate
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MODULATE
Is there a curve in it which I can modulate—a line which I can graduate—a vacancy I can fill?
To keep back the glances that could enlighten; to modulate the tones that might betray!
To keep back the glances that could enlighten, to modulate the tones that might betray!
There is a point in the mad scene where it is easy to modulate into the key of G major.
This mirror is not the real organ of sound, but is supposed to modulate it.
She spoke with no attempt to modulate her voice, and it carried distinctly to Gaston.
Unable to modulate his voice, he heard the words come out too deep, too loud.
Fred, I hope you will learn to modulate your voice, and not shriek so.
Suppose we transmit at a radio-frequency of 50,000 cycles and modulate that with speech.
Also modulate your tones to the pitch of discretion and confidence.