GA [intóun] RP [intóun]
ⓥ [with object; transitive verb] say or recite with little rise and fall of the pitch of the voice
If you intone something, you say it in a slow and serious way, with most of the words at one pitch.
As Jim Morrisson intoned many decades ago, 'Into this world we're thrown'.
The narrator's voice intones ominously.
Notice they all intone the same words and phrases, as if thinking with a group mind like insects.
I find in this story that the women are more intoned with what goes on around them.
After a few minutes, he starts intoning, in a voice loud enough for us to hear.
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