- Altered so as to be less extreme or intense: a toned-down version of the report was publishedMore example sentences
- Of his first four excellent novels, two were made into horror films; the wonderfully unsettling The Other, and a toned-down TV version of Harvest Home.
- This recording is not all that good, not least because it uses the later, toned-down version of the opera.
- He turns in a toned-down performance that communicates a lot nonverbally.
More definitions of toned-downDefinition of toned-down in:
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