warm tone

  1. a yellow, brown, olive, or reddish tinge in a black-and-white print.

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How to use warm tone in a sentence

  • For some purposes, when a warm tone is not required, such a tint is preferable.

    Field's Chromatography | George Field
  • "Handsome is not the word for beauty such as hers," was Mr. Carlyle's reply, in a low, warm tone.

    East Lynne | Mrs. Henry Wood
  • That warm tone of personal consideration soothed her through the dusk.

    Rose MacLeod | Alice Brown
  • It had a really charming effect, and gave a delightfully warm tone to the room.

    Novel Notes | Jerome K. Jerome
  • Occasionally his warm tone of colouring degenerates to a foxy red.