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    1. modulate the existing weak electro-

    2. “We have to hurry,” she continued, trying to modulate her voice

    3. Beatrice did modulate the steps and took more time than needed in her descent, in emulation to exhibit herself like a spongy peacock and capturing the biggest quantity of looks from the young gentlemen

    4. can modulate some of the instinctual reactions of your emotional brain

    5. We could then modulate the light output of the bulbs

    6. Won’t that let the lover have the required space to modulate his passion even as it gives enough time for his beloved to crystallize her inclinations? But, if Roopa shows it to Sathyam, won’t that put paid to my passion

    7. To improve the ability to modulate thumb and finger flexor force to manipulate objects with the hand

    8. To improve the ability to modulate thumb and finger flexor force when manipulating objects with the hand

    9. vasoactive agonists that helps to modulate vascular tone and reactivity

    10. The belly-busting properties of stone fruits may come from powerful phenolic compounds that can modulate the expression of fat genes

    11. She made sure to modulate her voice so that she didn’t sound as furious as she felt

    12. is thought to modulate the incentive value of such reward-related stimuli (Berridge

    13. positioned to modulate the output of this prefrontal–accumbens pathway that

    14. modulate information about drug reward in the AMY via projections from the

    15. information and thus modulate the response of the mesolimbic system to appetitive

    16. modulate ICSS thresholds (Wise 1978)

    17. concentrating hormone acts in the nucleus accumbens to modulate feeding behavior and

    18. hypothesis that the neurochemical effects of amphetamine modulate the efficiency

    19. modulate dopaminergic tone in the reward centers of the brain

    20. "But surely you understand," said Quinn, "what it means for Mona to be deluged with our gifts and unable to modulate her feelings

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    Synonyms for "modulate"

    modulate regulate inflect tone

    "modulate" definitions

    change the key of, in music

    vary the pitch of one's speech

    fix or adjust the time, amount, degree, or rate of

    adjust the pitch, tone, or volume of

    vary the frequency, amplitude, phase, or other characteristic of (electromagnetic waves)