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  • adj. Lacking timbre.


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  • Morgon asked his question in a voice that sounded timbreless, subdued.,

    Harpist in the Wind

  • Indeed, Marion was a queer woman in all respects, from her broad face and squat body to her forced, timbreless voice and her unconvincing gestures.

    The Judge

  • "Miss Frazer," he said in a level, timbreless voice, "the labor leader Dulac lives in your house.

    Youth Challenges

  • The machinery will be run by electricity and we shall have real up-to-date, timbreless, Protestant peals. "



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