High-pitched sentence examples

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  • She gave another high-pitched whinny and posed beside him.

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  • This high-pitched whining happens when the wear indicator on your brake pad rubs against the rotor.

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  • Maybe the wheels started making a loud, high pitched sound.

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  • She soon heard Toni's high-pitched laugh as the woman started the interview with Xander.

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  • Jenn covered her ears against the high-pitched wail of magic.

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  • The woman's voice was high-pitched and nasally.

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  • High-pitched red tiled roofs take the place of the flat roofs of the coast.

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  • IN THIS WEEK'S LONDON BY LONDON... What's that high-pitched screech at Liverpool Street?

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  • Most puppies will stop biting with a high-pitched squeal from you.

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  • A scream—not the blood-curdling variety, more a high-pitched screech—from upstairs broke his reverie.

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  • Simple vocal tics include stuttering, stammering, abnormal emphasis of part of a word or phrase, and inarticulate noises such as throat clearing, grunts, and high-pitched sounds.

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  • The walls survive, indeed, only in isolated fragments, but the narrow winding streets of the older part of the town, and the market-place surrounded by houses with high-pitched gables and roofs are very picturesque.

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  • Just outside the borders of the park, beyond the Ilm, is the "garden house," a simple wooden cottage with a high-pitched roof, in which Goethe used to pass the greater part of the summer.

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  • 1659) and is a good example of the Scottish Baronial mansion with high-pitched roof and turreted angles.

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  • The exterior is simple, but the buildings which surround the main courtyard have high-pitched roofs surmounted by numerous dormer windows with decorated gables, recalling the Flemish style of architecture.

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  • to the west of the present line of Port Street, and the "auld brig" ‚over the Forth to the north, a quaint high-pitched structure of four arches, now closed to traffic. It dates from the end of the 14th century and was once literally "the key to the Highlands."

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  • The majority of Hova houses were formerly built of layers of the hard red soil of the country, with high-pitched roofs thatched with grass or rush; while the chiefs and wealthy people had houses of framed timber, with massive upright planking, and lofty roofs covered with shingles or tiles.

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  • The old town, with its narrow streets and numerous houses of the 16th and 17th centuries, with their high-pitched roofs, preserves much of its quaint medieval aspect.

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  • The oldest, in its present form, is the Paulinerkirche, built in 1229-1240, and restored in 1900, with a curiously grooved cloister; the largest in the inner town is the Thomaskirche, with a high-pitched roof dating from 1496, and memorable for its association with J.

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  • A scream—not the blood-curdling variety, more a high-pitched screech—from upstairs broke his reverie.

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  • Their distress call is a high pitched beep beep beep sound.

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  • colic crying due to colic is often more high pitched than usual crying.

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  • It relies upon a high pitched nasal, almost feminine style of vocal production.

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  • flute playing filled in the high pitched notes.

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  • high-pitched squeal from you.

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  • high-pitched whine of a drill filled the corridor.

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  • high-pitched continuous whistle, like a steam train sounding it's whistle, or a singing kettle.

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  • high-pitched scream for Mom.

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  • high-pitched voice managed to cut through whoever else was speaking, without being too grating.

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  • high-pitched tones to court their mates.

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  • At this point the Bishop lets out a very high-pitched 'Amen!

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  • My rotund cheeks make any such attempt so high-pitched it would deafen all present.

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  • Is the tone bored, strident or too high-pitched, perhaps?

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  • A continuous low drone is vocalized which simultaneously emits an extremely high-pitched tone over the top of the drone.

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  • It detonated, leaving only a loud high pitched howl and the smell of burning web behind.

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  • I have blue neon string with a small inverter which makes a really annoying high pitched noise.

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  • I desperately race around the classroom, arms flailing in clumsy attempts to grasp at adolescent screeches and high-pitched howls of derisive laughter.

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  • lilting, high-pitched vocals are always a treat.

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  • A low monotone or a high-pitched voice can be difficult to understand or grating to the ears.

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  • Moog (synthesizer)pulse is joined by a high-pitched moog sound.

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  • Repeated calls had been answered by a child's high-pitched yelling, backed by sounds of total Pandemonium.

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  • The male has a high pitched whistle while the female has a lower purr.

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  • raggedy beard and speaks in clipped, high pitched Californian accents.

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  • The spider screamed, a long piercing high pitched scream which shattered through The Captain's hearing.

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  • And soon the hall is filled with a high pitched screech.

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  • Walking up the stairs, Gabe cringed at the high-pitched squeaks that escaped from each step under the weight of his feet.

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  • They usually voice their protest simply by letting out a high pitched squeal.

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  • timid high pitched voice] Who is there?

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  • GIRL: [very timid high pitched voice] Who is there?

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  • Next the Mac started to emit a high pitched whine.

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  • The windows rattled and Larry heard a high-pitched whine somewhere behind him.

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  • Then a woman's loud groans and the high-pitched whine of a drill filled the corridor.

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  • There's a high-pitched continuous whistle, like a steam train sounding it's whistle, or a singing kettle.

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  • Amid the smoke, deafened by the incessant reports which always made him jump, Tushin not taking his pipe from his mouth ran from gun to gun, now aiming, now counting the charges, now giving orders about replacing dead or wounded horses and harnessing fresh ones, and shouting in his feeble voice, so high pitched and irresolute.

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  • Prince Andrew had never before heard Speranski's famous laugh, and this ringing, high-pitched laughter from a statesman made a strange impression on him.

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  • Speranski's high-pitched voice struck him unpleasantly, and the incessant laughter grated on him like a false note.

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  • Sonya read painstakingly in her high-pitched voice.

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  • He did not sing like a trained singer who knows he is listened to, but like the birds, evidently giving vent to the sounds in the same way that one stretches oneself or walks about to get rid of stiffness, and the sounds were always high-pitched, mournful, delicate, and almost feminine, and his face at such times was very serious.

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  • He is 46, sports a raggedy beard and speaks in clipped, high pitched Californian accents.

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  • The spider screamed, a long piercing high pitched scream which shattered through The Captain 's hearing.

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  • IN THIS WEEK'S LONDON BY LONDON... What 's that high-pitched screech at Liverpool Street?

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  • Exposed to a high-pitched tone, S responded, It looks something like fireworks tinged with a pink-red hue.

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  • There is a high pitched wail that makes it almost compulsory to put your fingers in your ears.

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  • Bold rich colors, exposed dark beams, cross lattice on the walls, and high-pitched ceilings mark Tudor architectural features.

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  • Remembering that the lines represent the strings on the guitar, with the top line being the high pitched E and the low line being the low pitched E, the numbers indicate which fret to put your fingers down on.

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  • Because of these heavy guitar riffs, Plant's high pitched vocal stylings and Bonham's heavy on the backbeat drum beats, Led Zeppelin is often considered one of the first heavy metal bands.

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  • Their voices are high-pitched and sound like Gilbert Godfrey sucking helium.

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  • The voice acting is well done, from the deep, wise voices of the older Heroes to the high-pitched, inquisitive voices of children.

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  • That high-pitched voice of his is very distracting.

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  • Progression is marked by a tensing of the muscles, arching, fever, seizures, and high-pitched crying.

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  • They also have high-pitched voices, high foreheads, and wrinkled skin.

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  • Symptoms of rhinitis or asthma may also occur, causing a runny nose, sneezing, wheezing, and abnormal high-pitched breathing sounds, further worsening the breathing problems.

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  • A transposer can change high-pitched sounds that are inaudible to many hearing-impaired children into lower-pitched sounds.

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  • A high-pitched mewing cry during infancy is a classic feature of cri du chat.

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  • Neglected or abused infants have a high-pitched cry that is difficult for adults to tolerate.

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  • He started walking toward the freeway when a high-pitched, eerie voice sounded behind him from the road saying, "I'll give you a ride."

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  • The only thing that didn't match was his high-pitched voice since he had a deep voice.

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  • Speech may lack inflection or be unusually high pitched.

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  • "Hi," she said in a high pitched voice just as a loud ringing sound came from her luggage.

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  • The high pitched squeaks of territorial Common Shrews coming from the long grass.

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  • The infant may not be able to settle into a normal sleep pattern and may seem to be extremely sensitive to noise, exhibiting agitation or distress when exposed to high-pitched sounds, such as electrical appliances, motors, and loud bangs.

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  • Stridor is a term used to describe noisy breathing in general and to refer specifically to a high-pitched crowing sound associated with croup, respiratory infection, and airway obstruction.

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  • Because the swollen epiglottis interferes significantly with air movement, every breath creates a loud, harsh, high-pitched sound referred to as stridor.

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  • As a result of the narrowed airways, the individual may cough, wheeze, feel short of breath, or make a high-pitched, harsh sound (called stridor) with each breath.

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  • Stridor-A term used to describe noisy breathing in general and to refer specifically to a high-pitched crowing sound associated with croup, respiratory infection, and airway obstruction.

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  • The symptoms of epiglottitis include a sudden high fever, drooling, the feeling of an object stuck in the throat, and stridor (a high-pitched, noisy respiratory sound).

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  • Medical attention may be necessary if an infant is crying more than usual or if the cries themselves sound different, for example, the cries are weaker or more high-pitched than usual.

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