"I'm going out," cried the former in the loud and unmodulated voice of the deaf.
"Sorry to keep you, my dear," said the high, unmodulated voice.
In the species of the baudini group the calls are unmodulated and lack secondary notes.
His lips were thick, and the tone of his voice broad and unmodulated.
But the signal was unmodulated, so there was no image nor any sound.
Macaulay sat down by his mother, and began telling the incidents of the day's hunting in his smooth, unmodulated voice.
Her voice was even and unmodulated, not too friendly and not too cold.
"The responsibility of my position here is sometimes felt by me to be very heavy," muttered the man in a low, unmodulated tone.
I like this varied emphasis better than the monotonous pound of unmodulated people who hammer their meaning into my palm.
1610s, in music, back-formation from modulation, or else from Latin modulatus, past participle of modulari. General sense from 1620s. In telecommunications from 1908. Related: Modulated; modulating.
To vary the amplitude, frequency, or some other characteristic of a signal or power source. See also amplitude modulation, frequency modulation.