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Correct spelling for the English word "tone" is [t_ˈəʊ_n], [tˈə͡ʊn], [tˈə‍ʊn]] (IPA phonetic alphabet).

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Plural form of TONE is TONES

Definition of TONE

  1. t[=o]n, n. the character of a sound: quality of the voice: harmony of the colours of a painting, also its characteristic or prevailing effect as due to the management of chiaroscuro and to the effect of light upon the quality of colour: (phot.) the shade or colour of a finished positive picture: (gram.) syllabic stress, special accent given to a syllable: character or style: state of mind: mood: a healthy state of the body.--v.t. to utter with an affected tone: to intone, to utter in a drawling way: to give tone or quality to, in respect either of sound or colour: to alter or modify the colour.--adj. T[=O]'NAL.--n. TONAL'ITY.--adjs. TONED, having a tone (in compounds); TONE'LESS.--TONE DOWN, to give a lower tone to, to moderate, to soften, to harmonise the colours of as to light and shade, as a painting. [L. tonus--Gr. tonos, a sound--tein[=o], to stretch.]

Common Misspellings for TONE

Below is the list of 461 misspellings for the word "tone".

Usage Examples for TONE

  1. What does that tone mean, monsieur? - "Monsieur Cherami" by Charles Paul de Kock
  2. " Ah," he says, in a tone which wishes to be that of a good fellow, " you have returned to us, my Ramuntcho! - "Ramuntcho" by Pierre Loti
  3. His tone, on these last words, changed. - "Lady Baltimore" by Owen Wister
  4. The three hunters could not restrain a laugh; but their tone was suddenly changed by another incident that happened almost at the same moment. - "Popular Adventure Tales" by Mayne Reid
  5. " I'm not," said Jim, in his old tone, " and it makes no difference whether you are or not." - "Hector's Inheritance or The Boys of Smith Institute" by Horatio Alger

What does tone stand for?

Abbreviation TONE means:

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Conjugate verb Tone

CONDITIONAL PERFECT

I would have toned
you would have toned
he/she/it would have toned
we would have toned
they would have toned
I would have tone
you would have tone
he/she/it would have tone
we would have tone
they would have tone

CONDITIONAL PERFECT PROGRESSIVE

I would have been toning
you would have been toning
he/she/it would have been toning
we would have been toning
they would have been toning

CONDITIONAL PRESENT

I would tone
you would tone
he/she/it would tone
we would tone
they would tone

CONDITIONAL PRESENT PROGRESSIVE

I would be toning
you would be toning
he/she/it would be toning
we would be toning
they would be toning

FUTURE

I will tone
you will tone
he/she/it will tone
we will tone
they will tone

FUTURE CONTINUOUS

I will be toning
you will be toning
he/she/it will be toning
we will be toning
they will be toning

FUTURE PERFECT

I will have toned
you will have toned
he/she/it will have toned
we will have toned
they will have toned

FUTURE PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I will have been toning
you will have been toning
he/she/it will have been toning
we will have been toning
they will have been toning

IMPERATIVE

you tone
we let´s tone

NONFINITE VERB FORMS

to tone

PAST CONTINUOUS

I was toning
you were toning
he/she/it was toning
we were toning
they were toning

PAST PARTICIPLE

toned

PAST PERFECT

I had toned
you had toned
he/she/it had toned
we had toned
they had toned

PAST PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I had been toning
you had been toning
he/she/it had been toning
we had been toning
they had been toning

PRESENT

I tone
you tone
he/she/it tones
we tone
they tone

PRESENT CONTINUOUS

I am toning
you are toning
he/she/it is toning
we are toning
they are toning

PRESENT PARTICIPLE

toning

PRESENT PERFECT

I have toned
you have toned
he/she/it has toned
we have toned
they have toned

PRESENT PERFECT CONTINUOUS

I have been toning
you have been toning
he/she/it has been toning
we have been toning
they have been toning

PRESENT SUBJUNCTIVE

he/she/it tone

SIMPLE PAST

I toned
you toned
he/she/it toned
we toned
they toned
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