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Bush took carefully modulated steps when Putin straightforwardly invaded the nation of Georgia in 2008.

Both are largely silent, beautifully modulated performances showcasing two different sides of courage from two disparate actors.

Over the past several weeks, on issue after issue, Romney has modulated his tone as he has tacked to the center.

Karl Rove, now also of Fox, has offered up more modulated happy-talk.

"That means he intends to propose again," said Mrs. Kaye, in her carefully modulated voice.

She spoke calmly, with the pleasantly modulated voice of a well-bred Englishwoman.

Thus a cry of warning may be so modulated as to indicate to the hearer, "Beware, a lion is coming!"

It is good, medium, well modulated melody, heartily got up; and thoroughly congregational.

It was his manner of expression when he was most deeply affected—a calm, modulated tone that had a world of meaning in it.

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On this page you'll find 54 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to modulated, such as: choral, lyric, oral, singing, sung, and voiced.

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

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