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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He laughed and jeered at Jerry with falsetto chucklings that were more like the jungle-noises of tree-dwelling creatures, half-bird and half-man, than of a man, all man, and therefore a god.
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.
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.
Razumov" pierced the ear ridiculously, like the falsetto of a circus clown beginning an elaborate joke.
He met her rounding his bends on grey December dawns to music wild and lamentable as the almost forgotten throb of Dervish drums, when, high above Royal's tenor bell, sharper even than lying Beagle-boy's falsetto break, Farag chanted deathless war against Abu Hussein and all his seed.
someone could be heard within dancing frantically, marking time with his heels to the sounds of the guitar and of a thin falsetto voice singing a jaunty air.
Broadway producer Jordan Roth announced last week that Falsettos will return to Broadway in the spring of 2016.
Save for a few falsettos, Ritter doesn't sing so much as he talks beautifully.