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absolute pitch the exact pitch of a single musical tone as determined by its rate of vibrations as measured on a standard scale. [2 definitions]
acerbic sharp, sour, or harsh in manner, tone, or the like. [1/2 definitions]
acid a scornful tone; sarcasm. [1/7 definitions]
acidulous sharp or biting, as in manner or tone. [1/2 definitions]
acrid sharp or biting in language or tone. [1/2 definitions]
adenoidal having a nasal or congested tone resulting from or suggesting swollen adenoids. [1/3 definitions]
asperity harshness or roughness, esp. of tone or manner.
atmosphere any pervasive mood or tone that is found within a place or among a group. [1/3 definitions]
bel canto a style of singing in which an open, flowing, operatic tone is emphasized over precise pronunciation of the words.
bellow to shout loudly and with a deep tone. [1/5 definitions]
bookish literary or pedantic in tone or style. [1/3 definitions]
bray1 to utter in a loud, unpleasant tone. [1/5 definitions]
brilliant having great clarity of tone, as music. [1/5 definitions]
bud2 (informal) used to address a male, usu. one whose name is unknown and sometimes in a condescending or hostile tone.
cant1 to plead in a singsong tone. [1/6 definitions]
clarion a medieval trumpet with a high clear tone. [1/3 definitions]
clash to be mismatched or conflicting, as in color, tone, or time. [1/6 definitions]
colloquial characteristic of or suited to informal or familiar conversation or to writing that is imitative of conversational tone. [1/2 definitions]
color to alter the tone or character of. [2/11 definitions]
coloring tone or character. [1/4 definitions]
do2 in music, the syllable that denotes the first or last tone of a diatonic scale. (See sol-fa.) [2 definitions]