falsetto

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Synonyms for falsetto

high voice

Synonyms

  • high voice
  • high-pitched voice

Words related to falsetto

a male singing voice with artificially high tones in an upper register

artificially high

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References in classic literature ?
SINGS FIRST TWO LINES OVER AGAIN, IN A HIGH FALSETTO THIS TIME.
In his falsetto voice he fairly screamed: "It is the slave Turan who stole the woman Tara from your throne room, O-Tar.
Me catch 'm pig sun he go down," spoke up one whose thin falsetto voice Joan recognized as belonging to Cosse, one of Gogoomy's tribesmen.
In addition to these--and they were all on deck, chattering and piping in queer, almost elfish, falsetto voices--were the two white men, Captain Van Horn and his Danish mate, Borckman, making a total of seventy-nine souls.
No," the Ancient Mariner was continuing, in his thin falsetto, in reply to a query.
In the Sentimental Comedy the elements of mirth and romance which are the legitimate bases of comedy were largely subordinated to exaggerated pathos, and in the domestic melodrama the experiences of insignificant persons of the middle class were presented for sympathetic consideration in the same falsetto fashion.
When it was over, and Mugridge was back in the galley, he became greasily radiant, and went about his work, humming coster songs in a nerve- racking and discordant falsetto.