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Synonyms for falsetto

high voice

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  • 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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(120.) See, e.g., Richard Fausset, Tempers Flare over Removal of
Fausset's piece was slammed for normalizing Hovater too much.
The entire universe has agreed that The New York Times did a terrible thing a few days ago in running Richard Fausset's portrait of a young Nazi from the Ohio suburbs named Tony Hovater, but I have to confess that, regardless of the universe and its opinions, I learned something from the piece.
(41.) See, e.g., Richard Fausset, Richard Perez-Pena & Campbell Robertson, Alton Sterling Shooting in Baton Rouge Prompts Justice Dept.
Conservative Baptist churches have also come forward with welcoming and sheltering refugees; see Fausset, Richard and Alan Blinder, "Resettled Syrians Find Solace With Christians: Religious Conservatives Put Politics Aside and Rush to Welcome Refugees," The New York Times (September 7, 2016).
Campbell Robertson & Richard Fausset, Southern Cities Split with
Under the headline "North Carolina Limits on Transgender Rights Appear Headed for Repeal, " Richard Fausset wrote for the New York Times online edition for December 19:
(47) Kyle Clayton, Christopher Brennan, Jessica Schladebeck, and Denis Slattery, "Suspected Fort Lauderdale Airport gunman Esteban Santiago, 26, told FBI that CIA was forcing him to join ISIS," New York Daily News, January 7, 2017; Lizette Alvarez, Richard Fausset, and Adam Goldman, "Florida Airport Attacker May Have Heard Voices Urging Violence, Officials Say," New York Times, January 6, 2017.
3, 2014), http://www.nbcnewyork.com/news/local/Grand-Jury-DecisionEric-Garner-Staten-Island-Chokehold-Death-NYPD-284595921.html; see also Richard Fausset et al., Alton Sterling Shooting in Baton Rouge Prompts Justice Department Investigation, N.Y.
(20.) Hugh I'Anson Fausset, "Incomparable 'Fitz,'" Spectator Literary Supplement, 15 December 1923, p.
Carol Cole-Frowe & Richard Fausset, Jarring Image of Police's Use of Force at Texas Pool Party, N.Y.
Richard Fausset & Alan Blinder, Atlanta School Workers Sentenced in Test Score Cheating Case, N.Y.
(127.) Kim Barker, Mosi Secret & Richard Fausset, Many Identities of New York Officers' Killer in a Life of Wrong Turns, N.Y.
(97.) On the attacks about earmarking, see Richard Fausset, Federal Largess in Mississippi Helped a GOP Senator, Until It Hurt Him, N.Y.
Grampy's books "My grandfather was the writer and poet Hugh I'Anson Fausset. I buy his old books when they come up on eBay."