intonate


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Shaikh Yassin, as his devotees fondly call him, intonates one song after the other from his repertoire.
The voice intonates the text "La vespree a la paix mystique d'une eglise" (Vespers in a Mystical Peaceful Church) on a long, sustained, ascending line that seems to foat over sustained chords (Example 8).
Zena acknowledges that when she speaks of nurses and nursing her voice intonates devaluation compared with the more prestigious career of medicine: