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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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The two guards over on Oldham Street, meanwhile, emerged from their hut to see what was making the low-pitched bonevibrating noise, and they also saw the craft blocking out the moonlit sky.
For example, high-pitched sounds have been shown to enhance sweet or sour flavours, while low-pitched sounds are more associated with bitter, savoury flavours.
Chris Hughes, University of Liverpool scientist, on a low-pitched whistle that was recently discovered emanating from the Caribbean Sea.
Located between the folds of the Tian Shan mountains near the Chinese border, the 150-metre-high by three-kilometre-long dune generates a low-pitched, organ-like rumble in dry weather.
Instead, a low-pitched voice seemed to bring out the "caveman instinct" in voters, a primordial preference for brawn over brain that probably dates back to life in the last Ice Age.
Instead, a low-pitched voice seemed to bring out the "caveman instinct", a primordial preference for brawn over brain that probably dates back to life in the last Ice Age.
Symptoms may include: nausea and vomiting; abnormal, jerky eye movements; loss of hearing, particularly low-pitched sounds, and feeling of pressure in the affected ear.
If you hear a high-pitched bark from your dog, it is inviting you to come here but, if it's a low-pitched bark, it's telling you to go away.
Dog calls that were long and high-pitched were seen by humans to reveal fear while long low-pitched calls were viewed as aggressive.
We also demonstrated that koalas use these additional vocal folds to produce their extremely low-pitched mating calls.
Consists of 4 components with up to 2 floors and a partial basement (technology) Gross floor area: approx 8000 mA, : Insulation work on flat roofs or low-pitched roofs, seal with plastic sheets, WEnremdEnmmung with EPS insulation boards Roof panel components 1-4: approximately 4400 sqm.
Experts explain that people who are hard of hearing tend to lose the ability to detect high-pitched sounds, with the result that low-pitched sounds can swamp the sound of speech.