Word "BASS" Definitions:


Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the member with the lowest range of a family of musical instruments

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
the lowest adult male singing voice
Synonyms:
bass voice, basso

Part of Speech:
Noun
Definition:
any of various North American freshwater fish with lean flesh (especially of the genus Micropterus)
Synonyms:
freshwater bass

Crossword Clues for BASS

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Low voice Eugene Sheffer 10 Sep 2022
Singing voice type USA Today 28 Aug 2022
Male singer The Telegraph Quick 16 Aug 2022
Guitar variety Family Time 15 Aug 2022
Fish; voice The Times Concise 09 Aug 2022
Male singing voice The Telegraph Quick 01 Aug 2022
Este Haim's instrument USA Today 28 Jul 2022
Striped fish Eugene Sheffer 25 Jun 2022
Name of an instrument or a fish USA Today 21 Jun 2022
Low clarinet type Universal 18 Jun 2022
Low range Eugene Sheffer 31 May 2022
Fish and chips ultimately devoured by graduates The Times Cryptic 18 May 2022
Game fish Thomas Joseph 13 Apr 2022
Male singer with a deep voice The Guardian Quick 22 Mar 2022
Low-voiced singer Family Time 13 Mar 2022
Low choral voice Newsday 08 Mar 2022
The Fringe's backstage pass is for member of barbershop quartet Irish Times Crosaire 02 Mar 2022
With 21-Across, marching band instrument LA Times Daily 20 Feb 2022
With 21-Across, marching band instrument The Washington Post 20 Feb 2022
Opens 3 down for member of barbershop quartet Irish Times Crosaire 09 Feb 2022
Instrument played upright Universal 07 Feb 2022
Deep fish The Times Cryptic 05 Jan 2022
Low pitch pro LA Times Daily 30 Dec 2021
"Big mouth" creature Family Time 27 Dec 2021
Low-pitched voice Universal 18 Dec 2021
Amp knob New York Times 17 Dec 2021
Low-end instrument? Universal 12 Dec 2021
Instrument for Este Haim of the pop rock trio Haim LA Times Daily 03 Nov 2021
Voice lower than tenor USA Today 20 Oct 2021
Male singing voice Newsday 18 Oct 2021
Singer's money runs out The Times Cryptic 18 Oct 2021
String section instrument LA Times Daily 03 Oct 2021
String section instrument The Washington Post 03 Oct 2021
____ Rock, in the Firth of Forth, has the world’s largest single-island colony of northern gannets The Times Specialist Sunday 03 Oct 2021
Game fish Thomas Joseph 30 Sep 2021
Type of fishing, or the prey Family Time 27 Sep 2021
Low voice The Telegraph Quick 15 Sep 2021
Role for Paul McCartney in the Beatles New York Times 09 Sep 2021
Low guitar variety Universal 04 Sep 2021
Low voice USA Today 02 Sep 2021
"Upright" instrument Universal 31 Aug 2021
Fish; singer The Times Concise 24 Aug 2021
Guitar variety Family Time 08 Aug 2021
Speaker feature Wall Street Journal 03 Aug 2021
Instrument for Esperanza Spalding USA Today 28 Jul 2021
Four-string guitar Premier Sunday 18 Jul 2021
With 6 Across, music staff symbol Newsday 10 Jun 2021
Bottom part New York Times 06 Jun 2021
Perch's kin Premier Sunday 06 Jun 2021
Singer opening in Berlin -- when? First of September The Telegraph Cryptic 10 May 2021
Singer or scaly swimmer Newsday 09 May 2021
Deep singer Wall Street Journal 03 May 2021
Barbershop quartet member USA Today 12 Apr 2021
Low singer in club assessed The Sun Two Speed 10 Apr 2021
Marine fish The Sun Two Speed 10 Apr 2021
Esperanza Spalding instrument USA Today 01 Apr 2021
Voice below baritone The Washington Post 09 Mar 2021
Voice below baritone LA Times Daily 09 Mar 2021
Deep choir voice The Washington Post 22 Feb 2021
Deep choir voice LA Times Daily 22 Feb 2021
Jazz combo member Wall Street Journal 03 Feb 2021
The Fringe's backstage pass is for member of barbershop quartet Irish Times Crosaire 25 Jan 2021
Chorale voice part The Washington Post Sunday 24 Jan 2021
Choir part Newsday 22 Jan 2021
Voice range for Ryan Speedo Green USA Today 20 Jan 2021
Woofer product Wall Street Journal 16 Jan 2021
Foundation dismissing current singer The Telegraph Toughie 24 Dec 2020
Low-pitched instrument USA Today 18 Dec 2020
Low-voiced singer Newsday 09 Dec 2020
Fish with a striped variety Universal 04 Dec 2020
Low guitar Family Time 30 Nov 2020
Low-voiced singer Family Time 09 Nov 2020
Choir member Thomas Joseph 24 Oct 2020
Low choir voice Universal 17 Oct 2020
Woofer’s output Wall Street Journal 15 Oct 2020
Deep The Telegraph Quick 05 Oct 2020
Low born idiot The Sun Two Speed 15 Sep 2020
Deep voice Thomas Joseph 20 Jul 2020
Male singing voice The Telegraph Quick 20 Jul 2020
Shoe company with a fish name New York Times 08 Jul 2020
Voice that's also a fish Universal 05 Jul 2020
Low tones USA Today 24 Jun 2020
The instrument of badness has no end Irish Times Crosaire 01 Jun 2020
Game fish Thomas Joseph 29 May 2020
Fish; singer The Times Concise 29 May 2020
Largemouth fish USA Today 27 May 2020
Low singing voice USA Today 20 May 2020
"All About That ___" (Meghan Trainor hit) Universal 16 May 2020
Striped fish Eugene Sheffer 11 May 2020
Woofer output New York Times 03 May 2020
"Striped" fish Premier Sunday 03 May 2020
Deep sea fish The Telegraph Toughie 01 May 2020
Certain fish or fellow Newsday 24 Apr 2020
Rude-sounding vocalist The Telegraph Toughie 24 Apr 2020
Guitar bands - Babyshambles and Kiss? Irish Times Crosaire 20 Apr 2020
___ clef USA Today 13 Apr 2020
Deep voice Wall Street Journal 06 Apr 2020
Male voice and fish Irish Times Simplex 06 Apr 2020
Low-voiced singer USA Today 02 Apr 2020
Sarastro in 'The Magic Flute,' e.g The Washington Post 28 Mar 2020
Sarastro in "The Magic Flute," e.g LA Times Daily 28 Mar 2020
Singer Lance, or the part he sang with *NSYNC LA Times Daily 15 Mar 2020
Singer Lance, or the part he sang with *NSYNC The Washington Post 15 Mar 2020
Treble's counterpart Universal 14 Mar 2020
Deep male voice Newsday 09 Mar 2020
British brew since 1777 New York Times 27 Feb 2020
Low in pitch Premier Sunday 02 Feb 2020
Sound from a subwoofer
The Temptations' Melvin Franklin, for one USA Today 04 Dec 2019
Low voice Universal 03 Dec 2019
Barbershop quartet member The Washington Post 03 Dec 2019
Barbershop quartet member LA Times Daily 03 Dec 2019
A cappella group voice The Washington Post Sunday 01 Dec 2019
Biggest fiddle Universal 30 Nov 2019
Doo-wop group member USA Today 31 Oct 2019
Leporello in 'Don Giovanni,' e.g The Washington Post 19 Oct 2019
Leporello in "Don Giovanni," e.g LA Times Daily 19 Oct 2019
Fish with "sea" and "striped" varieties Universal 11 Oct 2019
Fish; voice The Times Concise 10 Oct 2019
Low voice Newsday 22 Sep 2019
Power trio instrument USA Today 06 Sep 2019
Low pitch LA Times Daily 18 Aug 2019
Low pitch The Washington Post 18 Aug 2019
Bootsy Collins plays it The Washington Post Sunday 11 Aug 2019
Les Claypool's instrument Jonesin 06 Aug 2019
Guitar bands - Babyshambles and Kiss Irish Times Crosaire 31 Jul 2019
Stereo knob New York Times 25 Jul 2019
Opera villain's voice, often USA Today 10 Jul 2019
Deep male voice Universal 22 Jun 2019
Largemouth, for one The New Yorker 10 Jun 2019
Second-rate fool and singer? The Telegraph Cryptic 01 Jun 2019
Low clef Universal 20 May 2019
Type of guitar Family Time 19 May 2019
He hits low pitches Wall Street Journal 16 May 2019
Barbershop member LA Times Daily 20 Mar 2019
Barbershop member The Washington Post 20 Mar 2019
Low range Eugene Sheffer 11 Mar 2019
Subwoofer output Wall Street Journal 06 Feb 2019
Double ___ (cello's cousin) Universal 03 Feb 2019
Male choral voice Newsday 07 Jan 2019
Leporello in "Don Giovanni," e.g.
Deep male voice
Low clef
He hits low pitches
Fish with "sea" and "striped" varieties
Power trio instrument
Opera villain's voice, often
Subwoofer output
Doo-wop group member
Double ___ (cello's cousin)
Barbershop quartet member
Stereo knob
Fishy catch Family Time 17 Dec 2018
Guitar variety Family Time 16 Dec 2018
Four-stringed guitar Family Time 10 Dec 2018
Male singing voice Newsday 03 Dec 2018
Fish deep The Telegraph Cryptic 20 Nov 2018
Singing voice The Telegraph Quick 23 Oct 2018
Cello's kin Thomas Joseph 25 Sep 2018
Low born fool The Sun Two Speed 22 Sep 2018
Male singing voice The Sun Two Speed 22 Sep 2018
Barbershop part The Washington Post 20 Sep 2018
Barbershop part LA Times Daily 20 Sep 2018
Fish; male voice The Telegraph Quick 03 Sep 2018
John Entwistle's instrument The Washington Post Sunday 12 Aug 2018
Game fish LA Times Daily 08 Aug 2018
Game fish The Washington Post 08 Aug 2018
Woofer emanation Universal 25 Jul 2018
Lowest voice Wall Street Journal 02 Jul 2018
Low-end instrument Universal 25 Jun 2018
Low born donkey The Sun Two Speed 23 Jun 2018
Barbershop singer LA Times Daily 18 Jun 2018
Barbershop singer The Washington Post 18 Jun 2018
Villain's part, often New York Times 16 Jun 2018
Striper, e.g Wall Street Journal 16 Jun 2018
Lean fleshed fish Canadiana 11 Jun 2018
Choral voice Newsday 03 Jun 2018
Sport fish Newsday 27 May 2018
Thick-stringed guitar Universal 27 Apr 2018
Low choral voice Newsday 17 Apr 2018
Four-stringed instrument Universal 13 Apr 2018
Low range Newsday 06 Apr 2018
Male singing voice The Times Concise 27 Mar 2018
Kind of guitar LA Times Daily 13 Mar 2018
Kind of guitar The Washington Post 13 Mar 2018
Fish, black as soot initially The Telegraph Cryptic 30 Jan 2018
Musically low The Washington Post 10 Jan 2018
Musically low LA Times Daily 10 Jan 2018
Musically low
Game fish
Low-end instrument
Thick-stringed guitar
Barbershop part
Lowest voice
Woofer emanation
Villain's part, often
Striper, e.g.
Barbershop singer
Four-stringed instrument
Low singing voice Newsday 28 Nov 2017
Lowest singing voice The Times Concise 10 Nov 2017
Striped fish Universal 26 Sep 2017
Fish that gets played? Doesn't sound like it The Telegraph Cryptic 10 Sep 2017
Low male voice Newsday 22 Aug 2017
Catch in singer's voice The Telegraph Toughie 22 Aug 2017
Part of a jazz combo USA Today 29 Jul 2017
Low singing voice The Washington Post 25 Jul 2017
Low singing voice LA Times Daily 25 Jul 2017
*The Mikado in 'The Mikado,' e.g New York Times 31 May 2017
Fish in deep sound The Telegraph Cryptic 15 Apr 2017
Part of orchestra obscuring entry of ropey singer The Telegraph Toughie 29 Mar 2017
Deep voice Newsday 20 Mar 2017
Low man in a doo-wop group USA Today 19 Mar 2017
Type of fish Family Time 13 Mar 2017
Largemouth ___ Family Time 29 Jan 2017
Second-rate idiot as a singer The Telegraph Cryptic 13 Jan 2017
Fish; low voice The Times Concise 05 Jan 2017
Striped fish
*The Mikado in "The Mikado," e.g.
Low singing voice
Part of a jazz combo
Chorus member Wall Street Journal 07 Dec 2016
British brew with a red triangle in its logo LA Times Daily 08 Nov 2016
Low voice Wall Street Journal 07 Nov 2016
Guitar with four strings Family Time 16 Oct 2016
Sushi bar seafood Newsday 29 Sep 2016
Jazz combo member The Washington Post 13 Aug 2016
Deep voice The Washington Post 06 Aug 2016
Deep choral voice Newsday 03 Aug 2016
One who can't hit high pitches? New York Times 02 Aug 2016
Source of low pitches Wall Street Journal 16 Jul 2016
Low man in the choir USA Today 11 Jul 2016
"Largemouth" creature Universal 15 Jun 2016
Very low perch The Telegraph Cryptic 06 Jun 2016
Male voice Universal 10 May 2016
Braises evenly-cut fish The Times Cryptic 04 May 2016
Largemouth fish LA Times Daily 12 Apr 2016
Male singer The Telegraph Quick 24 Mar 2016
Popular fish for fishermen Family Time 20 Mar 2016
Wide-mouthed fish Premier Sunday 13 Mar 2016
''Striped'' fish Newsday 09 Mar 2016
Fish; deep The Telegraph Quick 09 Feb 2016
''Largemouth'' fish Newsday 24 Jan 2016
___ Pro Shops The Washington Post 12 Jan 2016
Band instrument or angler's quest Canadiana 11 Jan 2016
"Largemouth" creature
Prominent feature of dubstep music
One who can't hit high pitches?
Prominent feature of dubstep music New York Times 01 Jan 2016
Low man in the choir
British brew with a red triangle in its logo
Angling trophy LA Times Daily 11 Dec 2015
King Marke in 'Tristan und Isolde,' e.g The Chronicle of Higher Education 11 Dec 2015
Low voice range USA Today 29 Nov 2015
Barbershop quartet voice Universal 10 Nov 2015
Drum type Universal 23 Oct 2015
Common freshwater fish USA Today 09 Oct 2015
Sea __ Newsday 03 Oct 2015
Low voice Eugene Sheffer 23 Sep 2015
Performer who's likely to return a high score The Telegraph Cryptic 27 Aug 2015
What Barry White often sings? LA Times Daily 14 Aug 2015
Jazz group instrument LA Times Daily 11 Aug 2015
One with a talent for hitting low pitches The Chronicle of Higher Education 26 Jun 2015
Fish sailor lifted on ship The Telegraph Cryptic 25 Jun 2015
Food fish Canadiana 22 Jun 2015
Kind of clef New York Times 22 Jun 2015
Low voice USA Today 08 May 2015
Glee club voice Newsday 06 May 2015
Game fish Newsday 03 May 2015
Bachelor's second fish The Telegraph Cryptic 02 May 2015
Provides music from the school Irish Times Crosaire 11 Apr 2015
Subwoofer's output The Chronicle of Higher Education 20 Mar 2015
Fish; singing voice The Times Concise 17 Mar 2015
Bigmouth, e.g USA Today 24 Feb 2015
Striped sport fish Newsday 17 Feb 2015
Low choir voice Newsday 16 Feb 2015
Choral part LA Times Daily 04 Jan 2015
King Marke in "Tristan und Isolde," e.g.
Bigmouth, e.g.
Common freshwater fish
Low voice
Low voice range
One with a talent for hitting low pitches
Chorus member
Subwoofer's output
Deep male voice
Game fish
Glee club voice
Low choir voice
Sea __
Striped sport fish
Mingus's instrument
What Barry White often sings?
Jazz group instrument
Choral part
Angling trophy
John Entwistle's instrument
Kind of clef
Paul McCartney's instrument
Drum type
Barbershop quartet voice
Operatic villain, often
___ clef
Low voice
Choir member
Kissinger, in "Nixon in China"
Low range
Sting's instrument
Striped fish
Largemouth __
Angler's quarry
Chorus member
Bigmouth fish?
Barbershop quartet voice
Fish with strings attached?
___ Pro Shops
Rock bottom?
Striped fish
Sound from a woofer
Low in pitch
Instrument played by Bill Wyman
Of low pitch
Deep end?
Deepest part
Stereo control
Low-voiced chorus member
Voice below baritone
Mixer setting
Woofer output
Type of fiddle
Fishing tournament fish
Spiny-finned sport fish
Woofer output
Type of fiddle
Woofer's output
Singing fish?
Kind of drum or fiddle
Low-pitched
Angler's prize, sometimes
Low voice
Lake fish
With a low pitch
Barbershop singer
"Largemouth" fish
Hitter of low pitches?
Barbershop member
McCartney's instrument
Chorus member
Male choir voice
Low male voice
Bottom part
Sting's instrument
Quartet member
Person responsible for the bottom line
Paul Robeson, for one
It may be largemouth or spotted
Chorus voice
Low singing voice
Hitter of low pitches?
Barbershop member
Deep singing voice
McCartney's instrument
Voice below baritone
Type of clef
Type of fishing
Type of guitar
Striped game fish
Chaliapin, for one
Rockfish, for one
Paul McCartney's instrument
Striped swimmer
Sting's instrument
Need in most bands
Largemouth fish
McCartney's instrument
Popular British brew
Striped fish
Angler's quarry, perhaps
Orchestra or choir member
Largemouth fish
Popular British brew
Sam Adams alternative
North American freshwater fish
With 6 Across, music-staff symbol
Male chorister
Low in pitch
Choral voice
"Striped" fish
Choir part
Largemouth __
Boom box setting
See 64-Down
What subwoofers supply
Opposite of treble
Sport fish
Male choir member
Low singing voice
Bigmouth, e.g.
Type of guitar
Low man in the choir
Paul Robeson, e.g.
Source of low pitches
Woofer's output
Stereo knob
Smallmouth fish
Low range
Deep voice
Low part
Largemouth, for one
Lower than baritone
It lays down the beat, often
Jazz combo member
Rock band instrument
Low vocal range
Doo-wop group anchor
Pitched low
Low pitch
Doo-wop group anchor
Male singing voice
Big instrument
Low pitch
Source of low pitches?
Largemouth or smallmouth, e.g.
Quartet member
Cash register?
Brand of ale
Treble's counterpart
Part of a jazz combo
It's deep
Grouper, e.g.
Bigmouth, for one
Striped critter
Popular game fish
Low pitch
Bull fiddle's range
Clef below middle C
Striped critter
What subwoofers supply
Deep voice
String-section member
Wide-mouthed fish
Barbershop necessity?
Food fish
Pub order
Low voice
Choral voice
Angler's prize, sometimes
Part of a rock band's rhythm section, usually
Paul McCartney played it in the Beatles
Four-string instrument
Fisherman's lure?
Jazz combo member
Catch for an angler
Largemouth or smallmouth
Part of a combo
Ale choice
Woofer's output
Food fish
Low man in the choir
Quartet member
Kind of sax
Stereo knob
Striped fish
Follower of the bottom line?
Paul McCartney played it for the Beatles
Musical astronaut Lance
River fish
Source of low pitches
River fish
Pub order
Low voice
Swimmer or singer
Low pitch
"Nozze di Figaro" part for Dr. Bartolo
Clef or drum
Striped fish
Tuba's range
Cello's range
Lake fish
Male voice
Tenor's colleague
Treble's counterpart
Ale that received Britain's first trademark
Bottom line reader
Doo-wop group member
Kind of drum or fiddle
Kind of drum
Kind of drum
Low man in the choir
Part of a combo, often
Part of a combo, perhaps
North American freshwater fish
Sport fisherman's lure?
Low man in the loft
Robeson's range
It may be striped
It can have a big or a small mouth
Anglers pursuit
Low voice
Voice in a choir
Low in pitch
Sport fisherman's catch
Game fish
Lowest voice
Voice in a choir
One hitting the low pitches?
Stereo knob
Opera villain, often
Largemouth fish
Paul Robeson, for one
Striped swimmer
Guitar range
Low
Low-voiced singer
Guitar McCartney played as a Beatle
Chorus member
Sea __
Angler's catch, perhaps
McCartney played it in the Beatles
Woofer range
Striped fish
Low voice range
Sport fish
Stereo knob
Ale that received England's first trademark
Low singing voice
It may be striped
Food fish
Low-voiced singer
Sea __
Sport fish
Sport fish
Kind of drum
Barbershop singer
Spiny-finned fish
Choir voice
Ezio Pinza, for one
Doo-wop group member
Fishy instrument?
Kind of fiddle
Largemouth or smallmouth
Bottom line
Largest fiddle
Big mouth, of a sort
Doo-wop group member
One whose main concern is the bottom line
Blackfish or redeye
Largemouth or smallmouth
Saul, of movie titles
Fish with strings attached?
Pinza or Chaliapin
Clef type
McCartney's instrument
Woofer output
Low pitch?
Mingus' instrument
Spiny-finned fish
Mingus instrument
Tuba's part
Quartet member
Rock or sea follower
Woofer output
Choir member
Choir voice
Fish or fiddle
Low-pitch hitter?
Choir member
Bigmouth, e.g.
Game fish
Quartet member
Woofer output
Angler's prize
McCartney's instrument
Type of fishing
Sound with depth
Barbershop figure
Low man in the loft
Pitched low
Like McCartney's guitar in the Beatles
Male voice
Bigmouth, e.g.
Quartet member
Member of the perch family
Quartet member
Part of many a jazz band
Fish or fiddle
Bull fiddle
Barbershop quartet member
Fiddle type
Chorus member
Quartet member
Barbershop quartet part
Common food fish
Lowest voice
Type of clef
Largemouth
River fish
With 32-Down, recipient of England's first trademark
McCartney s instrument
Smallmouth
Mingus' ax
Redeye, e.g.
Striped swimmer
Kind of drum
Form of fiddle
Deep tone
Striped swimmer
Fish or fiddle
Choral section
Part of a combo
Staff below middle C
Striped fish
Game fish
Bigmouth, e.g.
Lowest voice
Stereo knob
Lowest pitch
Tenor neighbor
Barbershop quartet voice
Stream striper
Striped ____
Ale that got the first British trademark
Cello's kin
Opera villain, typically
Barbershop quartet member
Big fiddle
Bull fiddle
Deep voice
One of 31 Down, maybe
Pitched low
Woofer output
Lower than a tenor
Word with blue or sea
Kind of drum or fiddle
Jazz group instrument
Ezio Pinza, for one
Deep throat?
Large-mouthed fish
Horn or drum
Choir underpinning
Big stringed instrument
Striped fish
Clef or drum
Choir member
Opera villain, usually
Chorale part
Drum or viol leader
Paul McCartney's instrument
Low in pitch
With 53-Down, a beverage brand since 1777
Opera's Siepi
Smallmouth fish
The low notes
Contralto's counterpart
Paul Plishka is one
Chaliapin or Siepi
Choir member
Clef or drum preceder
See 19 Across
Deep in tone
Game fish
Food fish
Food and game fish
Fish or voice
Bull fiddle
Paolo Montarsolo is one
Large-mouth or small-mouth
Fish or singer
Fish voice?
Pinza or Plishka
Pinza was one
Orchestra member
F clef
Kind of drum
Barbershop member
Fish or singing voice
Large-mouthed game fish
Combo member
Huron, e.g.
Kind of fiddle
Lake fish
Hines or Siepi
Deep tone
Singing voice
Large-mouthed one
Word with clef or drum
Mario Bertolino, for one
Quartet member
Ramfis in "Aïda"
It bites in the Atlantic Bight
Rockfish
Jerome Hines, e.g.
Spiny-finned fish
One of a vocal quartet
Type of fiddle
Smallmouth or largemouth
Low-toned
Ramfis, in "Aïda"
One of the clefs
Chorister
Ramfis in "Aida"
Fish
Voice
Black or striped
Striped or smallmouth
Chaliapin, e.g.
Type of voice
Smallmouth
Smallmouth, for one
Hines, for one
Fish.
Choir voice.
Perch's cousin.
Quartet member.
Singing voice.
Quartet man.
Perchlike fish.
Singer.
Largemouth.
Fish dish.
Fish for F clef readers.
Perch.
Game fish.
Cousin of the perch.
Angler's catch.
Deep tone.
Voice part.
Food fish.
Spiny-finned fish.
Voice.
Deep-voiced.
Deep voice.
Operatic voice.
Striped game fish.
Angler's prize.
Edible fish.
Deep in tone.
Cesare Siepi.
Operatic villain.
Striped fish.
Having a low musical pitch.
Alexander Kipnis' voice.
Kipnis' voice.
Siepi of the Met.
Striped ___.
Cesare Siepi of the Met.
Black, striped or calico.
Of low pitch.
Sea food.
Strait between Australia and Tasmania.
Geddy Lee's instrument
Instrument missing from The White Stripes
Low man?
Lowest pitch
Flea plays it
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