Key tone

Related to Key tone: ketone

Key´ tone`

n.1.(Mus.) See Keynote.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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Formulated with key tone and pore perfecting ingredients, this brightening moisturizer actively hydrates to even skin tone and minimize the appearance of pores.
The instrument panel is distinguished by contrasts between a stylish black key tone colour and silver coloured detail, all adding to a stronger sense of quality.
The key tone throughout her poetry, namely, positive thinking, change, hope, faith, and forgiving will resonate to many audiences.
Thus, activity will be subdued, with European exchanges being the key tone setters - nothing good is expected from them, as the region remains a key area of concern for investors, due to the ongoing sovereign debt crisis and further evidence of an economic slowdown.
Rafa Benitez summed up the low key tone by turning up for a morning meeting with his new bosses dressed in jeans and leather jacket.
HOW TO DO IT: This one's more tricky, as your existing colour scheme will have to fit with the key tone. However, glassware or dining accessories such as candles and cushions are a quick way of transforming a table to the style of the season.
The key tone of his message, however, is about a 'dominant airline' capturing the regulator and monopolizing the industry, supposedly to the detriment of the consumer.
This workshop will provide an introduction to exposure principles such as characteristic curve, key tone, contrast range, latitude, exposure knee and shoulder.
Channel your inner Lady in Red and embrace one of the key tones of the season, or morph into a velvet vixen by choosing this luxurious fabric.
A truly stylish home has a few key tones that are used in every room.
Card numbers are not spoken aloud and individual key tones are masked by the Semafone application so that they cannot be recognized by their sound.