Synonyms for modulated
Antonyms for modulated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MODULATED
There was something half-plaintive in the modulated cadences of the query.
His voice was modulated to an unaccustomed mildness as he spoke.
His large voice was modulated to kindliness as he spoke in a casual manner.
I saw it in every deferential gesture of his body, and every modulated tone of his voice.
A complaining clamour, modulated in savage discords, filled our ears.
The breath is projected into the embouchure with modulated force.
His low-pitched, modulated voice was clear and without a tremor.
I asked, in a voice so modulated that it did not reach Legrand.
The voice was soft and modulated, resonant, of a tone as rich as bronze.
He modulated his belligerent shout to a dulcet undertone as we came alongside.
1610s, in music, back-formation from modulation, or else from Latin modulatus, past participle of modulari. General sense from 1620s. In telecommunications from 1908. Related: Modulated; modulating.