tone

tone
Synonyms and related words:
French pitch, Munsell chroma, Zeitgeist, accent, accidental, achromatism, action, actions, activity, acts, adaptability, address, affect, affectation, air, algorithm, anagnorisis, angle, apply paint, approach, architectonics, architecture, argument, arrangement, aspect, atmosphere, attack, attitude, audio frequency, aura, background, balance, bearing, bedaub, bedizen, beef, beefiness, begild, behavior, behavior pattern, behavioral norm, behavioral science, bend, besmear, bias, blend, body-build, bounce, bounciness, brand, brawn, brawniness, breve, brighten up, brightness, brush on paint, brushwork, buoyance, buoyancy, calcimine, carriage, cast, catastrophe, character, characteristic, characteristics, characterization, chroma, chromatic color, chromaticity, chromatism, chromism, classical pitch, climate, coat, color, color balance, color harmony, color quality, color scheme, coloration, colorimetric quality, coloring, complexion, complication, comportment, composition, conduct, consecutive intervals, constituents, constitution, continuity, contrivance, cool color, course, cover, crasis, crotchet, cue, culture pattern, current, custom, dab, dampen, daub, decorator color, deep-dye, degree, demeanor, demisemiquaver, denouement, deportment, depth, design, development, device, dharma, diapason, diatessaron, diathesis, diatonic interval, diatonic semitone, dip, direction, dispose, disposition, distemper, doing, doings, dominant, dominant note, double whole note, double-dye, draftsmanship, drift, dulcetness, dull, dye, eighth note, elasticity, emblazon, emphasis, enamel, engild, enharmonic, enharmonic diesis, enharmonic interval, enharmonic note, episode, ethos, extensibility, fable, face, falling action, fashion, fast-dye, feel, feeling, fiber, fifth, flat, flexibility, folkway, force, form, fourth, frame, frame of mind, frequency, fresco, freshen up, fullness, fundamental, fundamental tone, genius, gestures, gild, gimmick, give, glacial movement, glaze, gloss, goings-on, grain, grouping, guise, habit, half note, half step, halftone, harmonic, heart, heftiness, height, hemidemisemiquaver, high pitch, hue, humor, humors, huskiness, ilk, illuminate, imbue, incident, incline, induce, inflection, influence, ingrain, interval, intonation, intonation pattern, involuntary muscle, japan, key, kind, lacquer, lay on color, lead, less semitone, lightness, limber up, line, line of action, lines, liveliness, local color, low pitch, main current, mainstream, maintien, makeup, manner, manner of speaking, manner of working, manners, means, mellifluence, mellifluousness, melodic interval, melodiousness, melody, method, methodology, methods, mien, milieu, mind, minim, mode, mode of expression, mode of operation, mode of procedure, moderate, modify, modulate, modulation, modus operandi, modus vivendi, mold, monotone, monotony, mood, morale, motif, motion, motions, move, movement, movements, moves, muscle, muscularity, musculature, musical note, musical quality, musical sound, musicality, mute, mythos, natural, natural color, nature, neutral color, new philharmonic pitch, note, observable behavior, octave, order, overtone, paint, painterliness, pallor, parallel octaves, parget, partial, partial tone, patent note, pattern, peripeteia, perspective, persuade, philharmonic pitch, philosophical pitch, phrasing, physique, pigment, pitch, pitch accent, plan, plot, poise, port, pose, posture, practice, praxis, predispose, presence, prime, procedure, proceeding, process, prompt, property, purity, quality, quarter note, quaver, quieten, rebound, recognition, reduce, register, reinvigorate, report, resilience, resiliency, resonance, responding note, responsiveness, revitalize, richness, rising action, routine, run, saturation, scheme, second, secondary plot, semibreve, semiquaver, semitone, sense, set, seventh, shade, shading, shadow, shape, shaped note, sharp, shellac, sinew, sinewiness, sinews, sixteenth note, sixth, sixty-fourth note, skin color, slant, slop on paint, smear, snap, social science, soft-pedal, soften, soften up, somatotype, sonority, sonorousness, sort, sound, speech tune, spiccato, spirit, spirits, spring, springiness, staccato, stain, stamp, standard pitch, state of mind, step, stipple, story, streak, stream, stress, stretch, stretchability, stretchiness, stripe, structure, style, subdue, subject, subplot, suchness, suprasegmental, sustained note, sway, sweetness, swing, switch, system, tack, tactics, technique, temper, temperament, tendency, tenor, tercet, the drill, the general tendency, the how, the main course, the way of, thematic development, theme, thew, thewiness, thews, third, thirty-second note, timbre, time spirit, tinct, tincture, tinge, tint, tonality, tone color, tone down, tone of voice, tone quality, tone up, tonelessness, tonicity, tonus, topic, treatment, trend, triplet, tune, tune up, tunefulness, turn, twist, type, undercoat, undercolor, undertone, unison interval, value, values, varnish, vein, voce, voice, voice qualifier, voice quality, voluntary muscle, warm color, wash, way, way of life, way of saying, ways, wear down, weigh with, whitewash, whole note, whole step, wise, work

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  • Tone — (t[=o]n), n. [F. ton, L. tonus a sound, tone, fr. Gr. to nos a stretching, straining, raising of the voice, pitch, accent, measure or meter, in pl., modes or keys differing in pitch; akin to tei nein to stretch or strain. See {Thin}, and cf.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Tone — may refer to: MusicTheory* Pitch (music), the perceived frequency of a note or sound (see also pure tone) * Note, the name of a pitch * Whole tone, or major second, a commonly occurring musical interval * Timbre, the quality of a musical note or… …   Wikipedia

  • tone — [tōn] n. [ME < OFr & L: OFr ton < L tonus, a sound < Gr tonos, a stretching, tone < teinein, to stretch: see THIN] 1. a) a vocal or musical sound b) its quality 2. an intonation, pitch, modulation, etc. of the voice that expresses a… …   English World dictionary

  • Tone — bezeichnet: Personen mit dem Vor , Nach oder Künstlernamen Tone, siehe Tone (Name) mehrere japanische Kriegsschiffe: Tone (1907), ein Geschützter Kreuzer Tone (1938), ein schwerer Kreuzer und Typschiff der Tone Klasse Tone (DE 234), eine U Jagd… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Tone — Tone, v. t. [imp. & p. p. {Toned}; p. pr. & vb. n. {Toning}.] 1. To utter with an affected tone. [1913 Webster] 2. To give tone, or a particular tone, to; to tune. See {Tune}, v. t. [1913 Webster] 3. (Photog.) To bring, as a print, to a certain… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • Tone — puede referirse a: Lugares: Río Tone (Inglaterra). Un río en Somerset, Inglaterra. Río Tone (Japón). Un río en la región de Kantō. Tone (Ibaraki). Distrito de Tone (Gunma), Japón. Tône, una prefectura en Togo. Barcos: Tone (1910) Tone (1938) Tone …   Wikipedia Español

  • tone in — ˌtone ˈin [intransitive] [present tense I/you/we/they tone in he/she/it tones in present participle toning in past tense …   Useful english dictionary

  • tone — UK US /təʊn/ noun [S] COMMUNICATIONS ► an electronic sound that you hear on a phone line: »Please leave your message after the tone. ● a busy tone Cf. a busy tone → See also DIAL TONE(Cf. ↑dial tone), DIALLING TONE …   Financial and business terms

  • tone — ► NOUN 1) a musical or vocal sound with reference to its pitch, quality, and strength. 2) the sound of a person s voice, expressing a feeling or mood. 3) general character: trust her to lower the tone of the conversation. 4) (also whole tone) a… …   English terms dictionary

  • tone — [n1] pitch, volume accent, emphasis, force, inflection, intonation, modulation, resonance, strength, stress, timbre, tonality; concept 65 tone [n2] attitude, spirit air, approach, aspect, character, condition, current, drift, effect, expression,… …   New thesaurus

  • Tone — Tone, die Rückstände der Verwitterung tonerdehaltiger Silikatgesteine, unterschieden als magere Tone mit größerem, als fette mit geringem Sandgehalt. Ein sehr reiner Ton ist Kaolin (s.d.). Vgl. a. Aluminium …   Lexikon der gesamten Technik

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