[ deep-voist ]

  1. having a voice that is low in pitch: a deep-voiced young man.

Origin of deep-voiced

First recorded in 1840–50

Words Nearby deep-voiced Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2024

How to use deep-voiced in a sentence

  • The few warm days had swollen it from a whispering sheet of spray to a deep-voiced cataract.

    The Hidden Places | Bertrand W. Sinclair
  • Suddenly, a deep-voiced hound broke through the bushes and bayed loudly before the entrance.

    Creatures of the Night | Alfred W. Rees
  • The tall, deep voiced clock in the hall downstairs had just struck one when suddenly Parker's room was flooded with light.

  • Suddenly there came swelling up a deep-voiced, rollicking chorus from somewhere out of the darkness.

    The White Company | Arthur Conan Doyle
  • A deep-voiced Dog broke into a loud bay, the long beard appeared, and its owner said, "Wall?"

    Two Little Savages | Ernest Thompson Seton