- adj. Not modulated
- adj. characterized by lack of variation in pitch, tone, or volume
- un- + modulated (Wiktionary)
“There was lots of noise without substance: In popular culture, 2010 was an elephant's call unmodulated, a bleat, a squawk, a low-level blare.”
“elephant's call unmodulated, a bleat, a squawk, a low-level blare.”
“Angie started to ask him for some sort of explanation, but stopped herself, finding her voice seemed inappropriately unmodulated in this place where there now wasn't any soft bit of cloth or rug or cushion to absorb its sound.”
“For example, see in a classic text on quantum mechanics by David Parks: "The foregoing explanation of the velocity paradox involves no new assumptions; the basic trick, the representation of a modulated wave as the superposition of two or more unmodulated ones, has already been used to explain interference phenomena..." pg.”
“I'm sorry, but it makes me chuckle to see Franken's unmodulated full-throttle loathing right in the middle of pleasant society.”
“Hillary cannot charge for her (flat vowels and unmodulated) speeches.”
“And there is a streak of unmodulated nastiness in her.”
“Even though Paul is gone, and we still miss his vertical supremacy, unmodulated voice, and poor gambling judgment, I have a little reminder of him in my inbox every day.”
“But we see far more parasols than umbrellas in Prendergast's Venice, bold spots of color that form a cheerful, tossing canopy above the throngs swarming over the arched bridges, all of it turned into rapid touches of unmodulated hues distilled from the sunlight reflected from the canals.”
“Merchant remains the world's least expressive singer, but her reeling blur suits the theme just fine: her syllables, unmodulated, fly by like leaves.”
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