toneless


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lacking in tone or expression

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And they can turn even the proudest anthem into a toneless rendition of looney tunes.
12) And as Jerome McGann has noted, the famous "monotony" of Swinburne's verse is founded in a view he shares with Mallarme that the ideal poetry is "impersonal, toneless, even (in a sense) without meaning.
By now the world will have heard on match broadcasts its tuneless, toneless rasp that ear specialists say is about three times greater than the number of decibels eardrums should be subjected to.
They also sounded great and Tom Meighan, right, is twice the vocalist he used to be, no longer employing toneless shouts where there should be notes.
Toneless clicks filled the room and hundreds of exquisitely neutral numbers crossed the computer's face.
naps and sighs--oversized, toneless, in his padded rack at the
uk Jean Broke-Smith said: "Email is largely a toneless form of communication so great for communicating facts but, without visual or verbal cues, it can be bad at conveying emotions.
Now, I have a determined if toneless voice, which has been favourably described as the vocal equivalent of suet.
Regrettably, there is a flat and toneless quality to much of Gould's account.
A toneless bass-drum rumble and strangulated cries in the double basses give way to a huge smear of tone in the full orchestra.
The toneless extensions are also surrounded by the root and FV, both of which display a *H vs.
In this position your aging, toneless thigh muscles begin to shake.
the sound of toneless wannabes filling the air during the first auditions on The X Factor or the smug smile on Louis Walsh's face as he made his return to the ITV talent show.
Halfway through their toneless version of "All That Jazz," your brain is desperately scrambling for the diplomatic words to say.