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Noun(1) the adult male singing voice above baritone(2) the pitch range of the highest male voice(3) an adult male with a tenor voice(4) a settled or prevailing or habitual course of a person's life(5) the general meaning or substance of an utterance
Adjective(1) (of a musical instrument(2) of or close in range to the highest natural adult male voice
(1) The bonds will have an eight-year tenor at a coupon rate of 11.70 per cent payable annually.(2) The tuba, the xylophone, and the tenor guitar make excellent choices.(3) His soft voice falls somewhere between a baritone and a tenor .(4) The suspect proclaims his innocence and can't believe the tenor of the newspaper reports.(5) The vocalists met a tenor who wanted to become their lead singer.(6) a tenor sax(7) The group of unaccompanied voices comprises bass, baritone, tenor , mezzo-soprano and soprano.(8) The bond had a tenor of five years, with the offer amount initially limited to US $75 million.(9) The singing voice, especially the tenor voice, recorded remarkably well with this primitive process.(10) What we were trying to capture was a moment or an emotional tenor instead of note-for-note perfection.(11) He serenaded us with an exquisite tenor voice - the first time he had ever sang in public.(12) the general tenor of the debate(13) This CD sees the introduction of the tenor guitar to his repertoire.(14) Once these jurors were excused and their replacements seated in the jury box, the whole tenor of the day changed.(15) The piece opens with a solo tenor singing to a relatively straightforward piano accompaniment.(16) He was singing in a quiet tenor voice.
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