harsh-voiced harsh-voiced


  • (adj) having an unusually harsh sound


  1. The finale opened with a grumpy subject, developed an Oriental flavor as the winds spun harsh-voiced arabesques, then fell into a heavy-booted Russian two-step.
  2. The former plays a limping beggar with artistic tendencies, and the latter a harsh-voiced female renting cheap lodgings by the London docks.
  3. Into power in Germany came a nervous, harsh-voiced, twisted genius named Adolf Hitler.
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