Examples of timbre in a Sentence
the timbre of his voice
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In the work’s middle section, the saxophonist allowed his sound to blossom into a brighter, more open timbre until everything scaled back down to a whisper, and pianist Perdomo returned to that first chordal figure.
And a djembe drum is just a wooden drum with a skin over it that gave a resonant sound of the right timbre for the gorilla and the orangutan characters.
Will Liverman, sang with clean articulation and a beautiful timbre; his interpretations had a resounding authority.
When combining the influence of those Southern musical staples with his skills on the guitar and harmonica, and in harmony with his indomitable band, Grey's timbre is both cathartic and invigorating.
The ondes, with its spooky swoops and slides and eerie timbre, represents that strange force; Mr. Adès said that it could be considered the voice of the exterminating angel.
This seemed to show that all mothers consistently alter the timbre of their voice when talking to babies.
Kelly has an earnestness to his singing and a timbre to his voice that can bring to mind Sting, a comparison that gets reinforced by the sometimes Steward Copeland-esque drumming on early Samples records.
Designed with the physical proportions that its human owner prefers, the preferred voice timbre and eye color and personality type, and the ability to recall and riff on its owner’s personal stories and little jokes, android will captivate human.
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timbralplay \ˈtam-brəl, ˈtim-\ adjective
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