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Use "overtones" in a sentence
"People should be allowed to disagree, (hopefully in a civil way) ... that's democracy at it's best ... but to suggest that his outburst deserves punishment because of "racial overtones" is ridiculous."
"Just in case you are wondering what giblets are doing in the last answer, giblets is the translation of the popular grilled beef restaurant dish ホルモン, or hormone, which I wonder if it has similar overtones to that of the English word from which the Japanese derives."
""European social democracy", especially in its French form, with its revolutionary overtones, is Hell: high taxes, low cash, high government intervention, general irresponsibility, lobotomized minds, controlled prices, frequent strikes and daily moral lessons."