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It features a monotone camera bump, similar to the recently released Samsung S21 FE.

Both were narrated by a man in a monotone, with the actors barely audible in the background.

He describes a public defender as having “grainy eyes,” as if he had “been up all night” — a lawyer who “sighs massively, impatiently” and “speaks in a monotone” in response to Adams’s questions.

The new voice TikTok has now added is more upbeat, which doesn’t work as well in some videos where the point was to use a monotone.

We work virtually together often, and his WFH situation is in a room far away from his WiFi source, which means I spend a lot of time staring at his frozen face while repeating his name in monotone during important conversations.

The computer graphics are monotone overlaid in Lucky Charms leprechaun green.

“And to see great fashion,” he added half-heartedly, in monotone and with no punctuation.

Not too long ago, the market hybrid cars seemed similarly monotone.

Hours passed by and the judge read his charges in a monotone.

His soft, calm monotone never fluctuates, adding an extra creepy factor.

He spoke in a wheezy, solemn monotone, from which all elements of life and joy seemed to have been eliminated.

Gradually the muffled beat of hoofs grew more pronounced, a shuffling monotone that filled the night.

One day, feverish and excited, he played on in monotone almost listless.

"We did gey well," he resumed in his even monotone, like a man who was repeating something he had learned by heart.

He stood amid that silence, hearing only a faint whisper from the river, a far-off monotone from the falls beyond the chute.


On this page you'll find 44 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to monotone, such as: colorlessness, continuance, continuity, dreariness, dryness, and dullness.

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