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  • noun Plural form of undertone.

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Examples

  • This pressing question, fraught with all sorts of theological, soteriological, and political undertones, is bravely and soberly (ahem!) addressed in this recent AFP article, which provides the following (admittedly non-systematic) answers:

    Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog:

  • A wall unit in a rubbed, distressed black with gold undertones is a perfect spot for those Buddhas to be displayed.

    Obi Statue | SciFi, Fantasy & Horror Collectibles

  • This pressing question, fraught with all sorts of theological, soteriological, and political undertones, is bravely and soberly (ahem!) addressed in this recent AFP article, which provides the following (admittedly non-systematic) answers:

    History

  • This pressing question, fraught with all sorts of theological, soteriological, and political undertones, is bravely and soberly (ahem!) addressed in this recent AFP article, which provides the following (admittedly non-systematic) answers:

    What's it take to be savior of the world these days?

  • This pressing question, fraught with all sorts of theological, soteriological, and political undertones, is bravely and soberly (ahem!) addressed in this recent AFP article, which provides the following (admittedly non-systematic) answers:

    Jesus Christ

  • This pressing question, fraught with all sorts of theological, soteriological, and political undertones, is bravely and soberly (ahem!) addressed in this recent AFP article, which provides the following (admittedly non-systematic) answers:

    Humor

  • Stockard, who had been talking in undertones with the Teslin woman, now turned to the missionary.

    THE GOD OF HIS FATHERS

  • This pressing question, fraught with all sorts of theological, soteriological, and political undertones, is bravely and soberly (ahem!) addressed in this recent AFP article, which provides the following (admittedly non-systematic) answers:

    Media

  • As regards what might work best together, I have often proposed that rose with noticeably purple undertones is certainly one particularly appropriate expression as it helps link the colour of this Sunday back to the dominant colour of violet used throughout the rest of the liturgical season that surrounds it.

    The Bi-Annual Discussion of "Rose" or the Liturgical Colour of Rosacea

  • This pressing question, fraught with all sorts of theological, soteriological, and political undertones, is bravely and soberly (ahem!) addressed in this recent AFP article, which provides the following (admittedly non-systematic) answers:

    Scripture

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