- v. Simple past tense and past participle of intone.
- adj. uttered in a monotonous cadence or rhythm as in chanting
“He is pictured standing alone and next to Republican senators and members of Congress, his name intoned by ominous-sounding announcers.”
“Book of Gospels incensed, and the Gospel, also in Arabic, intoned or read.”
“I’m not yet convinced Dark Blue, which appears to be, well, dark imagine that title intoned by the late Don LaFontaine–Dark.”
“And yet mingling with these cries of delight, of jubilation, I record also, as I read, the repetition in the bass of one word intoned over and over again by some malcontent.”
“His name is intoned at the end of every prayer by Jews, Christian and Muslims.”
““That poor horse, death by stupid tourist” she kind of intoned to herself.”
“Italy's "Il Giorno" intoned, "Il mondo applaude il trionfo di Obama" (The world applauds Obama's triumph.)”
“Congress is out of control," one effective ad intoned, "and [Haydon] will bring Nancy Pelosi's one-party control of government to Frankfurt.”
“Robin Denselow JoJo Marvin's Room Can't Do Better A killer opening line – "I've been up three days: Adderall and Red Bull" – then blankly intoned relationship fallout through a self-medicated fug, bitterness and contempt framed by drugs and booze.”
“So that in a later day, we shall have a companion that is as intoned to the relaxing pleasure of fishing that we ourselves are.”
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