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Another word for undertone

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Noun
  1. A subtle quality underlying or felt to underlie a situation, action, or person

      1. A current, as of air or water, below another current or beneath a surface.
      2. An underlying tendency, force, or influence often contrary to what is superficially evident.
      1. The act or an instance of suspecting something on little or no evidence:
      2. The condition of being suspected, especially of wrongdoing:
      3. The state or feeling of having no confidence or certainty about something; distrust:
      1. A slight hint or indication.
      2. A slight understanding or vague idea or notion.
      1. The act of implicating or the condition of being implicated.
      2. The act of implying or the condition of being implied.
      3. An indirect indication; a suggestion.
      1. A slight indication or intimation:
      2. A brief or indirect suggestion; a tip:
      3. A statement conveying information in an indirect fashion; a clue:

Another word for undertone

Noun
  1. A low tone

      1. To emit a continuous low droning sound like that of the speech sound (m) when prolonged.
      2. To emit the continuous droning sound of a bee on the wing; buzz.
      3. To give forth a low continuous drone blended of many sounds:
      1. A low, indistinct, continuous sound:
      2. An indistinct, whispered, or confidential complaint; a mutter.
      3. An abnormal sound, usually emanating from the heart, that sometimes indicates a diseased condition.
      1. To make a low droning or vibrating sound like that of a bee.
      2. To talk, often excitedly, in low tones.
      3. To be abuzz; hum:
    See also:

    whisper

  2. An underlying quality

      1. The act or process of connoting.
      2. An idea or meaning suggested by or associated with a word or thing:
      3. The set of associations implied by a word in addition to its literal meaning.
      1. The act of suggesting:
      2. Something suggested:
      3. The sequential process by which one thought or mental image leads to another.
      1. A current, as of air or water, below another current or beneath a surface.
      2. An underlying tendency, force, or influence often contrary to what is superficially evident.
    See also:

    meaning