- a used of sounds and voices; low in pitch or frequency
- s set at a low angle or slant
a low-pitched roof
- The dugong also emits a low-pitched whistling sound as the air rushes in through its nostrils.
- He could have been a low-pitched uber-geek with more likability and better comic timing.
- If British hopes pan out, the low-pitched roar of auto traffic may turn to a thin, high whine.
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- Urban Homesteader: Harvesting water
A recent spate of road trips into drought-stricken West Texas gave me a new pet peeve: acres of clean, smooth, low-pitched metal roofs for...
July 24, 2013 - San Antonio Current
- Mike Leach in The Daily Toreador (registration)
I have a low-pitched voice though,Leach said. "One time when a person mistook me for Vince Gill, this is after it had happened a couple of times, finally she says, 'Your voice sounds different.' I said, 'Yeah, it's more high-pitched when I...
- Pier Luigi Pizzi in JoongAng Daily
Pizzi explained, "The solemn contents of this mythical tale will be portrayed in the classy low-pitched tones of a woman."