Voice, Monotonous

Voice, Monotonous

 
  1. Drone on like a dull wind at night —James Stern
  2. Voices grind on, like machines boring their way through tunnels —John Updike
  3. Low monotonous voice like an absent-minded child haltingly reciting a lesson —Edith Wharton
  4. No more inflection than a traffic light —John Updike
  5. A noncommitable noplace voice like a computer salesman, or somebody taking a poll, or an anchorman on TV —Lee Smith
  6. Voice … low and monotonous, like a voice that had never expressed any human passions —Henry James
  7. Voices, fixed like leeches to their solitary subject —Jean Stafford
  8. The voice went on, like the steady pressure of a surgeon’s hand on a shrieking nerve —Edith Wharton
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