noun, adjective Music.
Definition for barytone (2 of 3)
Origin of barytone2
Definition for barytone (3 of 3)
Origin of baritone
Related formsbar·i·ton·al, adjective
Examples from the Web for barytone
Famos Serranos the barytone bricklayer, touched Johnny's arm, gave him a questioning look, then heaved a deep sigh.Song of the Lark|Willa Cather
The barytone was still singing; but now it was "I'm twenty-one, and she's eighteen."
Still the barytone, who was almost as fond of conversation as of what he termed "vocal."
The latter was incited to it by his benefactor, the Prince Esterhazy, who looked with particular favour on the barytone.The Violoncello and Its History|Wilhelm Joseph von Wasielewski
His voice (barytone) is still of exquisite quality, and just the right volume for our hall.Army Letters from an Officer's Wife, 1871-1888|Frances M.A. Roe