Antonyms for low pitched

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Her voice was low pitched, penetrating, and of the most seductive gentleness.

It is loftier than the transepts, and its roof is low pitched.

A woman called from a window up ahead, her voice so low pitched Drew heard only a word or two.

Pediment: The triangular wall at the end of the low pitched roof, in a Greek or Roman building.

She became vaguely conscious of Eleanor's voice again, low pitched and tense.

Through the small hole we heard a deep sound, a sort of low pitched irregular rumble.

It was dull, heavy, low pitched, as though the vast water growled comfortably.

His face was as bland and meaningless as ever, and his voice was low pitched and gentle, as he proceeded.

With a laugh that was like a tinkling of low pitched bells the little mother drew the treasure from its hiding place.

“That is no camp-fire,” he exclaimed, with a note of alarm in his low pitched voice.