unmodulated

ADJECTIVE
  1. characterized by lack of variation in pitch, tone, or volume
    he lectured in an unmodulated voice edged with hysteria
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How To Use unmodulated In A Sentence

  • Although she first exhibited in the late 1960s with the Imagists, Ramberg never identified herself with this group, but shared their affinity for flat, unmodulated surfaces and stylized figuration.
  • One side of the album consisted of a single, unmodulated sine tone.
  • Because of the dots and the diagonal lines and unmodulated color, I work in a color key that I love to play with.
  • It just can't sustain a momentum that is completely unmodulated (action scene, charged conversation, all in rapid succession).
  • The colour and tone of hand and wrist are almost uniform, unmodulated.
  • They share a common format: an impastoed yet atmospheric field of black palette-knife strokes is contained by four crisp, unmodulated black margins, 1 1/2 inches wide.
  • But it means that his commanding tone of voice, unmodulated by the addition of a little humility, is unjustified. The Times Literary Supplement
  • That is the right message on Iraq, and if undecided voters find it too bold and unmodulated, tough luck.
  • After that I gave up with the crêche and let him loose on the world with a fistful of pound coins and his unmodulated voice.
  • An oddly shaped white and yellow puddle of thinned pigment, its isolation heightened by an expanse of brushy, unmodulated blue, recalls Miro in its comic vulnerability.
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