Origin of bass1
OTHER WORDS FROM bassbassly, adverbbassness, nounbassy, adjective
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Origin of bass3
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How to use bass in a sentence
If you live above a bar or a music establishment, you not only hear the bass, but if you’re lying in bed, you will feel it.
This was the early 1990s, and Richard had cut his teeth working for the Bass family, creating wealth and a legend for himself by identifying great talent and making brilliant deals.From mentorship to friendship to love: What I learned from three investing giants|matthewheimer|November 10, 2020|Fortune
When Phillips and Wareham first met in 2000, she was auditioning to be Luna’s new bass player.
I had a Ranger bass boat with all the bells and whistles, and I thought, Aw, this is the stuff.
Soundcore’s BassUp technology actively monitors your music and enhances bass response as you listen to deliver intense beats, and the speakers' frequency response features extended treble that stretches up to 40 kilohertz.Over-the-ear headphones that will be music to your ears|PopSci Commerce Team|October 27, 2020|Popular-Science
His bassy, back-of-the-throat syllables are straighter and sexier; his yowls are more pointed and pained.
"Bassy had a great deal of trouble with the choir this evening," said Mrs. Simpson plaintively.
Or at least it would be more proper to say that Major Mitton recommended Bassy to them!
Bassy, for instance, cannot altogether approve the new school.That Unfortunate Marriage, Vol. 2(of 3)|Frances Eleanor Trollope
British Dictionary definitions for bass (1 of 3)
- the low-frequency component of an electrical audio signal, esp in a record player or tape recorder
- the knob controlling this on such an instrument