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high-toned (adj.)

1779 of musical pitch; 1807 of persons, "having high moral principles; dignified," from high (adv.) + tone (v.).

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Definitions of high-toned

high-toned (adj.)
pretentiously elegant;
a high-toned restaurant
Synonyms: high-class
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