Thesaurus / low-pitched
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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The low-pitched voices continued in what I thought was a dispute.

Nay, he dared not even think of his gloomy, low-pitched, cramped room with its single window and repulsive furniture.

The DuelA. I. Kuprin

He paused in his low-pitched confidence to the blinking, sympathising dog.

Then Connie's voice, soft and low-pitched in the silence of the book-lined room, came to her as from a great distance.

The HelpersFrancis Lynde

The long, narrow, low-pitched room has an off-center fireplace and is papered at both ends in old wallpaper of Chinese design.

Seaport in VirginiaGay Montague Moore

From this consideration he was roused by a clear, low-pitched, and extraordinarily silvery voice at his elbow.

Little Miss GrouchSamuel Hopkins Adams

His voice was very even and low-pitched, but she shrank back in her corner and hastened to answer.

The HaloBettina von Hutten

His face, aside from its cold, set look, was still without expression; his voice was low-pitched and steady.

Its only cry was a low-pitched, pig-like grunt through the nose, which was uttered only when hungry or thirsty.

A doorway in the northern face of the tower gives access, beneath a low-pitched, Gothic archway, to the interior of the church.

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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.