Of sound, a voice or an instrument, low in pitch or frequency. (adjective)
A low spectrum of sound tones. (noun)
A section of musical group that produces low-pitched sound, lower than tenor. (noun)
A male singer who sings in the bass range. (noun)
An instrument that plays in the bass range, in particular a double bass, bass guitar, electric bass or bass synthesiser. (noun)
The clef sign that indicates that the pitch of the notes is below middle C; a bass clef. (noun)
To sound in a deep tone. (verb)
The perch; any of various marine and freshwater fish resembling the perch, all within the order of Perciformes. (noun)
Examples of word bass
The tone of the _bass_ is much heavier and the instrument itself is much more clumsy to handle than the other members of the group, hence it is almost never used as a solo instrument but it is invaluable for reinforcing the bass part in orchestral music.
After all, this bass is the instrument of his youth, one of his iconic symbols, as Mr. Carlin affirms on the way to this muddle-up of the moment: It is his Rosebud, his Excalibur.
The double bass is also called the bass viol, string bass, and bass fiddle.
What usually first attracts a bass is a lure's motion, so the bass comes closer, ready to attack.
"I know not what you call my bass", said Heyward, piqued at her remark, "but I know that your safety, and that of Cora, is far dearer to me than could be any orchestra of Handel's music".