- of low intensity and reduced volume; softened: She spoke in muted tones.
Origin of muted
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Historical Examples of unmuted
Now unmuted and unrestrained in conflict of crashing chords, the trumpet blows again the motto of the roving sea.
- (of a sound or colour) softeneda muted pink shirt
- (of an emotion or action) subdued or restrainedhis response was muted
- (of a musical instrument) being played while fitted with a mutemuted trumpet
1861, in reference to musical instruments, past participle adjective from mute (v.). Figuratively by 1879. Of colors by 1939. Related: mutedness.