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Synonyms for intonate

speak carefully, as with rising and falling pitch or in a particular tone

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recite with musical intonation

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Once she could do that she was able to phrase, emphasise, intonate and inflect in performance.
Lyrical banalities such as "falling apart at the seams," "it's amazing," and "life's so hard" clutter Smith's timeless themes, yet she is able to intonate even the most prosaic lines with a melodic hook that has me singing along.
Mr Sims, who operates under the name Intonate Photography from his Torquay home, said: "It was overcast.
Zena acknowledges that when she speaks of nurses and nursing her voice intonates devaluation compared with the more prestigious career of medicine:
Daybreak intonates the novel and enlightens the second word of the title, while baroque has many ramifications.