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bass1 the part of music that requires the lowest range of pitch, or sounds made in the low range. [2/3 definitions]
bowl2 to roll the ball in bowling, or pitch the ball in the sport of cricket. [1/2 definitions]
chant words spoken in rhythm over and over on a single pitch. [1/4 definitions]
chirp to make a short sound with a high pitch. [1/2 definitions]
clef one of the signs placed on a musical staff. They show the pitch at which the note should be played.
curve a baseball pitch in which the ball curves toward the opposite side from which it was thrown; curve ball. [1/5 definitions]
deep low in pitch. [1/7 definitions]
fife a small wind instrument that looks like a flute and has a high pitch. The fife usually plays along with drums in marching music.
flat1 lower than the correct pitch. [1/11 definitions]
flute a woodwind instrument with a high pitch. It is a long tube with finger holes or keys along it and is played by blowing into a hole near one end.
high raised in pitch. [1/8 definitions]
inflection a change in the pitch or tone of a voice. [1/3 definitions]
piccolo a small flute with a pitch that is an octave higher than that of the standard flute.
pitch1 the British word for the marked area of ground on which a specific sport is played. Pitch has the same meaning as playing field. [2/11 definitions]
pitch2 a thick, black, sticky material made from coal or wood tar. Pitch is used for paving roads and covering roofs to protect them from water.
scale3 a series of musical tones going up or down in pitch. [1/6 definitions]
sour harshly off pitch. [1/7 definitions]
tone a single sound that is thought of as having pitch, strength, or length. [1/7 definitions]
toss the act or an instance of tossing; pitch. [1/8 definitions]
tune the correct musical pitch. [3/5 definitions]
tuning fork a small metal device that produces a tone in perfect pitch when it is struck against something. Tuning forks are often used to tune musical instruments or test hearing.