Intonate meaning

ĭntə-nāt
To intone.
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To utter with a particular tone of voice.

Pleas that were intonated with desperation.

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To intone; to utter.
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To thunder or to utter in a sonorous or thunderous voice.

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To sound the tones of the musical scale; to practise the sol-fa.
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Origin of intonate

  • Medieval Latin intonāre intonāt- intone

    From American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition

  • Latin intonatus, past participle of intonare (“to thunder, resound”).

    From Wiktionary