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low-pitched

1. pitched low in tone
2. (of a roof) having sides with a shallow slope
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And maybe Carragher's teammates would not be emitting that low-pitched get-me-out-of-here drone.
Meanwhile, unaware of the scientific work, Kimura had become intrigued by low-pitched tones that she could hear while doing a certain bowing exercise.
If the windpipe is long, the bird will have a low-pitched song.
1954) has a broad rambling facade and a low-pitched hip roof of vertical redwood board-and-batten siding with a brick wainscoting.
One by one, each male begins to sing and soon the air is full of low-pitched "churring" trills which can be heard a mile away.
It is a pity that the Barber Institute concert hall is bedevilled with a continuous low-pitched sound of nearby machinery (air conditioning?
Turner and co-investigator Richard Hurtig, head of speech pathology and audiology, studied three individuals with normal hearing and 15 who were able to hear most low-pitched sounds normally, but had severe hearing losses for high-pitched sounds.
The cry of a duck-billed dinosaur reverberated for the first time in more than 70 million years Friday - a low-pitched, trombone wail that listeners felt as much as they heard.
I have a very low-pitched voice and also I have more body hair than most women.
The sign of happiness in a guinea pig is quiet shuddering, followed by a low-pitched purr.
DELTA-DRAIN 6000 is the ideal solution for flat roofs, low-pitched roofs, parking decks, roof gardens, and all other roofing applications where water accumulation and drainage may warrant special attention.