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  • EN [ ˈʌndətəʊn]
  • US [ ˈʌndərtoʊn]

English definition


  • 1. a quiet or hushed tone of voice;

    • "spoke in undertones"
  • 2. subdued emotional quality underlying an utterance; implicit meaning

  • 3. a pale or subdued color

Example sentences

  • "What d'you think?" she asked in an undertone.

  • The sobbing voice had an undertone of anger.

  • His soft words contained an undertone of warning.

  • His voice sank down to a steady and reproachful undertone.

  • There was an undertone of bitterness in his words.

  • He replied, laughing but with a undertone of regret.

  • There is an undertone of regret in what he said.

  • The king went on to himself in an undertone.

  • She felt the undertone - the real significance.

  • It was this profound and continual undertone that gave the clergyman his most appropriate power.

  • He still spoke in an undertone , but enunciated each word clearly and carefully.

  • I love this scent. It has a powdery undertone.

  • There was an undertone of happiness on her smiling face.

  • She can always smell undertone of potions and hopelessness.

  • The young director filmed this story in a bittersweet undertone , playing with fictional and documentary codes.


Meaning of undertone

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