- Frodo's tone was proud, whatever he felt, and Sam approved of it; but it did not appease Faramir.4.5 -- Book 4 Chapter 5 -- The Window on the West (7% in)
- 'Who are you, and what are you doing in this land?' said the Rider, using the Common Speech of the West, in manner and tone like to the speech of Boromir, Man of Gondor.3.2 -- Book 3 Chapter 2 -- The Riders of Rohan (48% in)
- This feat seemed to amuse the Ents very much, to judge by the tone of their murmurs, and the flicker of their eyes; but they soon turned back to their own business.3.4 -- Book 3 Chapter 4 -- Treebeard (77% in)
- Its tone was that of a kindly heart aggrieved by injuries undeserved.3.10 -- Book 3 Chapter 10 -- The Voice of Saruman (22% in)
- Sam looked at his master with approval, but also with surprise: there was a look in his face and a tone in his voice that he had not known before.4.3 -- Book 4 Chapter 3 -- The Black Gate is Closed (40% in)
There are no more uses of "tone" in The Two Towers.
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