low-toned


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Adj.1.low-toned - very low in volume; "a low murmur"; "the low-toned murmur of the surf"
soft - (of sound) relatively low in volume; "soft voices"; "soft music"
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Seated with his back towards her on a sofa which stood against the wall on a line with the door by which she had entered, she saw Will Ladislaw: close by him and turned towards him with a flushed tearfulness which gave a new brilliancy to her face sat Rosamond, her bonnet hanging back, while Will leaning towards her clasped both her upraised hands in his and spoke with low-toned fervor.
Everything's tied together by a low-toned crooning that brings to mind punk legend Dave Vanian.
Barrett, with his pleasing low-toned voice, narrates with skill, taking the time to develop Hel's personality along with his concubine, his deep-voiced Basque friends, the nasty Americans, and other multinational types.

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