How much would I have to pay you to listen for an hour while I recite, in monotone, about a half-century-old Richard Nixon speech?
“And to see great fashion,” he added half-heartedly, in monotone and with no punctuation.
The computer graphics are monotone overlaid in Lucky Charms leprechaun green.
Their carefully scripted words, examined beforehand no doubt by a phalanx of spinmeisters, were barely above a monotone.
Good,” he said, in a monotone voice that sounded more like he meant “bad.
When the theme ceases, the brass blow the rhythm on a monotone, midst an ascending obligato of strings.
There was a monotone of desolation as she went on speaking in a whisper meant for the ears of no other.
This had become a monotone that rather got on the girls nerves.
Then her voice rose above the monotone that had contented her hitherto.
Dully her voice rose to its monotone: "But I don't suppose—we shall live in a—house," she moaned apathetically.