overtones


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نَغَمَه ، إيحاء
overtoneundertone
felhang
undirtónn, òaî sem gefiî er í skyn
gaidelės
mājiens
anıştırmaçağrışım

overtones

[ˈəʊvərtəʊnz] nplconnotations fpl

overtones

(ˈəuvətounz) noun plural
suggestions; hints. There were overtones of discontent in his speech.
References in classic literature ?
Bog-lights, vapours of mysticism, psychic overtones, soul orgies, wailings among the shadows, weird gnosticisms, veils and tissues of words, gibbering subjectivisms, gropings and maunderings, ontological fantasies, pan-psychic hallucinations--this is the stuff, the phantasms of hope, that fills your bookshelves.
Her appreciation of the ridiculous was keen, and in all things she unerringly saw and felt, where it existed, the touch of sham, the overshading, the overtone.
I'M a big fan of the guest who visited BRMB this week - his album Overtones got to number six in the album charts and his breakthrough single, Starz In Their Eyes reached number two in January.
It has a much milder and smoother chocolate flavor (than the Ecuador) with very subtle orange or fruity overtones.
On Early Years, a retrospective of out-of-print, live, and unreleased tracks, Guy's love for Bowie and Blondie is married to hard-driving riffs and sudden tempo shifts, yielding classic punk with metal overtones.
Geiger belongs to a generation of Brazilians who endured extensive political and economic hardship, which has made her fully aware of the importance and pitfalls of producing art with political overtones.
The strong sensual overtones and sexual imagery, as well as the emphasis on the psychology of the characters, make this work more suitable for advanced senior high students and adults.
The senior partner of Perkins and Will is interviewed in the commentary and the three projects by this firm characterize the period covered by Eleanor Curtis, but hardly add credence to the aspirations for design flexibility, particularly Desert View Elementary School with its axial symmetry and classical overtones.
Yet, people easily perceive a sound's pitch from the overtones when its fundamental is missing, as sometimes happens, for example, when they listen to a small radio.
Boyish back-room rhythmic rivalries with political overtones have yielded to opulently escapist floor shows.
The property features Caribbean overtones throughout and contains a separate family room with mahogany built-ins, an entertainment complex with a large movie theatre, a wine cellar room, wet bar, billiard room and gym.
The hard graft paid off and the lads - now known to millions as The Overtones - are enjoying the fruits of their labours.