Examples of contralto in a Sentence
a duet performed by a soprano and a contralto
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Roberts's contralto voice grounds a Lina set adrift in a confusing universe of puppets and apparitions.
Meticulously crafted and ever-evolving in collaboration with French master creator and ex-paramour Jean-Paul Goude, the singer’s Afrofuturist image is as integral to her character as her sultry contralto and subversive stage presence.
Her smooth contralto vocals were as amazing as ever.
Macy Gray, Dangerous Woman, 2016) Ariana Grande and Macy Gray couldn’t sound more different, but Gray’s husky contralto is a perfect foil for Ariana’s pure soprano.
Her unusual contralto voice opened doors to the Metropolitan Opera Co. and soloist performance at Carnegie Hall and Madison Square Garden.
Bullock's voice is deeply rich and richly deep, with both the qualities of Anderson's expressive contralto and Price's electrifying climaxes.
The Essex Serpentby Sarah Perry, narrated by Juanita McMahon McMahon’s plush contralto is the ideal vehicle for this historical novel set in late Victorian England.
On the surface, the music from the two icons couldn't be more different, with Dylan's sometimes (OK, usually) unintelligible, almost sotto voce mumble and fellow Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Staples' vibrant and still powerful contralto.
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CONTRALTO Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of contralto for English Language Learners
: the lowest female singing voice; also : a female singer with such a voice
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