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adjective as in deep

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His subdued baritone and the gentle sound of a brush on canvas made him an ASMR artist for the analog age.

The same one who stands a full foot shorter than the 6-foot-4 Neeson, and whose lilting voice quivers against the head winds of his sonorous baritone.

I was following a baseball game at the time, and the entire process took less than half an inning, resulting in the smooth baritone of the play-by-play announcer humming in my ears.

Its low-frequency cut and “presence boost” controls help you dial in the right sound for voices ranging from a rich, understated baritone to an explosive and bright shout-talker.

Robertson Dean narrates this monumental work in a nicely paced, unflappable bass baritone.

His velvety smooth baritone is among the most imitated but never quite duplicated.

He sports all black, including a cape and helmet, and has an imposing baritone voice, courtesy of James Earl Jones.

His voice would morph from a melodic baritone to a deep, guttural snarl, grinding notes to a pulp.

Upstairs in the galleries, Jim Costanzo spouted lefty politics between tunes on his baritone bugle.

And who better than Alec Baldwin, with his deep, ominous baritone, to voice the most imposing (former) figure in the galaxy?

He had, singularly, a delightfully warm baritone voice, and sang well.

His voice seemed weak and high-pitched in comparison to the Hunter's baritone.

His voice was of the baritone order, deep and sonorous, but he was not loquacious and had a habit of munching.

He had a fair voice, and he sang German hymns and war songs in a mellow baritone as he strode along.

The second time report had coupled her name with a Gabriel Lombardi, a great baritone with whom she was appearing.


On this page you'll find 26 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to baritone, such as: dark, extreme, great, hard, profound, and rich.

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