pitchy

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adjective \ˈpi-chē\

Definition of pitchy

  1. 1a :  full of pitch :  tarryb :  of, relating to, or having the qualities of pitch

  2. 2 :  pitch-black

Examples of pitchy in a Sentence

  1. we stood staring into the pitchy dark forest, trying to determine what had made the strange cry

  2. the trigger-happy soldiers couldn't see a thing in the pitchy darkness

15th Century

First Known Use of pitchy

15th century



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