undervoice

undervoice

(ˈʌndəˌvɔɪs)
n
archaic an undertone or low voice
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I am not very sanguine as to our play," said Miss Crawford, in an undervoice to Fanny, after some consideration; "and I can tell Mr.
This is the elaboration of melodies beyond what is notated in the neumes, most often accompanied by an improvised undervoice known as the isokraterna.
See, here it is again, says the Commission's undervoice.
language" (Serres 23), "[institute] an inherently linguistic world as [his] field of operation" (Byrd 66), resulting in the ultimate silencing of the undervoice and the killing of the knowledge of the Other.
There is in Popravka na talismani an undervoice with a changing volume, which keeps repeating, "It's not what you think" ("Confession").
His father's voice becomes "a thousand soft undervoices .