Deep and Low

Deep

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Deep adjective – Having a low musical pitch or range.
Usage example: the tour guide had an impressively deep voice

Low is a synonym for deep in low-pitched topic. In some cases you can use "Low" instead the word "Deep" as an adjective or a verb, when it comes to topics like position, difficult, bass, intense in effect on senses. popular alternative
Nearby Words: deeply, deepen, deepness, deepened, deepening
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Low

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Low adjective – Having a low musical pitch or range.
Usage example: the tuba's low notes made the floor vibrate

Deep is a synonym for low in bass topic. You can use "Deep" instead the word "Low" as an adjective or a noun, if it concerns topics such as position, short, difficult, low-pitched. popular alternative
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How words are described

real real deep real low
hard hard deep hard low
little little deep little low
new new deep new low

Things that words describes

end deep end low end
time deep time low time
level deep level low level
voice deep voice low voice

Both words in one sentence

  • Mira Sorvino played an rare low-pitched female version of this in Romy And Micheles High School Renuion, adopting a deep but very feminine drawl that made her character seem very slow witted.
  • Voice-artist Candy Candido, a regular on the Jimmy Durante Show, had "I'm feelin' mighty low", delivered naturally in a deep bass voice.
  • The Cybermen have had either high or deep voices, depending on when the episode was made, and the Sycorax chief from "The Christmas Invasion" has a low, rough voice.
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Low and Deep. (2016). Retrieved 2021, November 30, from https://thesaurus.plus/related/deep/low
Deep & Low. N.p., 2016. Web. 30 Nov. 2021. <https://thesaurus.plus/related/deep/low>.
Low or Deep. 2016. Accessed November 30, 2021. https://thesaurus.plus/related/deep/low.

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