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Correct spelling:
A bass, or deep, sound or tone.


bass, deep.
alto, baritone, booming, contralto, dark, extreme, grave, great, hard, low, low-pitched, low-toned, profound, resonant, rich, sonorous, strong, vivid, full-toned, faint, sepulchral.
alto, low-pitched.
faint, gentle, hushed, muffled, muted, quiet, soft, subdued, whispered.
bass part, bass voice, basso, deep, freshwater bass, low, low-pitched, sea bass.
albacore, anchovy, barracuda, blackfish, bluegill, bowfin, carp, catfish, char, crappie, dogfish, eel, fish, flatfish, flounder, fluke, gar, goby, goldfish, grouper, guppy, haddock, hake, halibut, hammerhead, herring, kipper, lamprey, mackerel, marlin, minnow, perch, pickerel, pike, puffer, rainbow trout, ray, sailfish, salmon, sardine, sea horse, shark, smelt, sole, speckled trout, sturgeon, sunfish, swordfish, tarpon, trout, tuna, turbot, walleye, whitefish, Mudfish, Sting ray.
musical instrument
banjo, bassoon, cello, clarinet, drum, electric guitar, English Horn, fiddle, flute, French Horn, guitar, harmonica, harp, harpsichord, horn, keyboard, oboe, organ, piano, piccolo, recorder, saxophone, trombone, trumpet, viola, violin, alto saxophone, classical guitar, electric piano, tenor saxophone, violincello.
musical instruments
accordion, baby grand, balalaika, barrel organ, bass guitar, bugle, carillon, castanets, clavichord, concertina, Cor Anglais, cornet, cymbal, dulcimer, euphonium, fife, glockenspiel, grand, grand piano, harmonium, kettledrum, lute, lyre, mandolin, marimba, mouth organ, organs, pan, piano accordion, pianoforte, pianola, pipe, sax, sitar, snare drum, steel drum, steel guitar, steinway, synthesizer, tambourine, timpani, tin whistle, triangle, trumpets, tuba, tuning fork, upright, upright piano, vibraphone, viol, whistle, xylophone, zither, Celli, Tom-tom, hurdy gurdy, double bass, horns, recorders, alto saxophones, banjoes, bassoons, clarinets, classical guitars, drums, electric guitars, electric pianos, English horns, fiddles, flutes, French horns, guitars, harmonicas, harps, harpsichords, keyboards, oboes, pianos, piccolos, saxophones, tenor saxophones, trombones, violas, violincelli, violins, maracas, virginals, bagpipes, air guitar, bongos, didgeridoo, drum kit, drum machine, drum set, pan pipes, penny whistle, squeezebox, tabla, tamboura, ukelele.
alto, arranger, baritone, bassoonist, cellist, clarinetist, composer, drummer, fiddler, flutist, guitarist, harpist, harpsichordist, instrumentalist, maestro, musician, oboist, performer, pianist, player, saxophonist, singer, soprano, tenor, trombonist, trumpeter, violinist, virtuoso, Accordionist, bassist, keyboardist, banjoist.
Examples of usage:
  1. And after he has gone off to ask his employer what is in then, the employer, who in his unofficial moments is our neighbour, our church choir bass, our landlord even, comes and tells us that, after all, we may have the little blacks, and he himself brings them round at once,- the same little blacks that we meant all along. – Friendship Village by Zona Gale
  2. I knew that if he once got out after bass he was lost to me for the day. – More Jonathan Papers by Elisabeth Woodbridge
  3. There is no overture proper, but a fairly long orchestral introduction opens the first act; it consists of very furious storm music, with Prospero's principal theme hammered out on the bass brass. – Shakespeare and Music by Christopher Wilson
  4. The thunder over, there is silence, and within myself is only a breathing as of a slowly descending bass. – Wanderers by Knut Hamsun
  5. He's under a root, says Gerassim in a hoarse, hollow bass, which seems to come not from his throat, but from the depths of his stomach. – The Cook's Wedding and Other Stories by Anton Chekhov