over-tones[ oh-ver-tohn ]SEE DEFINITION OF over-tones
Synonyms for over-tones
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OVER-TONES
You cannot read with any over-tones in your voice, unless you understand the over-tones of what you are reading.
The sound of the vowels depends, as we have seen, upon whether one or another of the over-tones takes precedence in sound.
The voice, though whispering, was strong; it vibrated full of over-tones and under-tones.
We may illustrate and symbolize this spiritual habitation we are building by the over-tones and the harmonics in music.