[ US /ˈmɔdʒjuɫeɪtɪd, ˈmɔdʒuɫeɪtɪd/ ]
[ UK /mˈɒdjʊlˌe‍ɪtɪd/ ]
  1. altered in volume as well as tone or pitch
  2. changed or adjusted in pitch, tone, or volume
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How To Use modulated In A Sentence

  • In their summary, they state that this ape's vocal organ is not capable of producing delicately modulated or controlled sounds.
  • Allozymes are catalytic RNA- or DNA-based molecules whose ability to catalyze a reaction is modulated by their interaction with an effector molecule.
  • Perceptual displacement of cues modulated performance of the prospective component but not the retrospective component.
  • She was plain-featured, and had rather a severe expression on her face; her dress was as rich as any morning dress could be; her voice deep and unmodulated, -- what in a lower rank of life would have been called gruff; but that was not a word to apply to Lady Cuxhaven, the eldest daughter of the earl and countess. Wives and Daughters
  • The drawings share some of the sculptures' rough and uncouth qualities: the line is generally neutral, even unmodulated, and acquires power through repetition rather than finesse.
  • The tapes came back overmodulated and mixed to mono, with a 7.5-second audio dropout 26 minutes into the program.
  • Sue had commented how differently from my father I spoke, she said that all my sentences were perfectly formed as they came out, with my voice modulated.
  • A barely audible, beautifully modulated voice recounts some mundane or tragic moment, as it relays from one audio station to another.
  • She remembered because she told Paris to let them know that they needed to concentrate their re-modulated multiphasic sensor arrays in sweeps of the same area, the rationale being that two sets of eyes were better than one—especially when looking for a tiny submersible in about twenty-eight cubic kilometers of water. Distant Shores
  • While this has been described as a modulated carrier wave, and carrier waves are usually considered continuous, pulsed radars do not send a continuous signal: the carrier is turned on only when it is modulated into pulses Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]
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