tone of voice

  1. the quality of a person's voice
    he began in a conversational tone
    he spoke in a nervous tone of voice
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How To Use tone of voice In A Sentence

  • If something needs to be done, I do it, I told him in a tone of voice that would engrave the words in his brain. Olivia
  • She had that superior tone of voice.
  • I can see their expression and hear their tone of voice now, clear as anything.
  • The tone of voice in the transcripts is revealing.
  • I could tell from his tone of voice that he wasn't impressed.
  • One boy could never forget how he drew a distinction between “mere amusement” and “such as encroached on the next day’s duties, ” nor the tone of voice with which the Doctor added “and then it immediately becomes what St. Paul calls revelling. Dr. Arnold
  • When we lose our humor, our whole demeanor changes - our tone of voice, how we move and carry ourselves, our facial expressions.
  • It was obvious from her tone of voice that she didn't like me.
  • It's unfortunate that the commonality of social interaction relies on the implied tone of voice through emojis, emoticons, textual jargon and caps lock.
  • I can't even think of U.S. 30 either the route or the dragstrip in a normal tone of voice, thanks largely to his efforts. Shsilver: RIP: Jan C. Gabriel: Sunday, Sunday!, SUNDAY!!
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