having the last syllable unaccented.
a barytone word.
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How to use barytone in a sentence
The true vocal bands are placed much as they are when a barytone is singing a very low tone.Voice Production in Singing and Speaking | Wesley Mills
Mr. Pigott has a delicious tenor voice, and Mr. Redford a fine barytone.George Eliot's Life, Vol. II (of 3) | George Eliot
"It is the frost in the air, my son," the priest responded in a mellow barytone.The Grey Cloak | Harold MacGrath
The double-basses and solo barytone are the spokesmen for the tuneful host.How to Listen to Music, 7th ed. | Henry Edward Krehbiel
Followed a beautiful young barytone whom Miss Bouverie had brought from London in her pocket for the tour.Stingaree | E. W. (Ernest William) Hornung
British Dictionary definitions for barytone (1 of 2)
a less common spelling of baritone
British Dictionary definitions for barytone (2 of 2)
having the last syllable unaccented
a word in which the last syllable is unaccented: Compare oxytone
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