Synonym: strain, tenor voice. Similar words: stenographer, phenomenon, xenon, venom, denote, enough, renowned, envenom. Meaning: ['tenə(r)] n. 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. adj. 1. (of a musical instrument) intermediate between alto and baritone or bass 2. of or close in range to the highest natural adult male voice.
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1. Arthur Davies sings the tenor solo.
2. The tenor disappointed us by singing flat.
3. We persuaded Jake to sing tenor.
4. Nothing disturbed the even tenor of our life.
5. The tenor was a pupil of Caruso.
6. What was the general tenor of his speech?
7. The whole tenor of discussions has changed.
8. The whole tenor of the meeting was very positive.
9. The tenor was a pupil of a singer.
10. This song is too low for a tenor.
11. The tenor of his speech was that war would come.
12. I was encouraged by the general tenor of his remarks.
13. Nothing ever changes the even tenor of life in our village.
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14. The four parts in singing are soprano, alto, tenor and bass.
15. Many voters admitted being disturbed by the tenor of the election campaign.
16. Sung by the world's greatest tenor, this aria is achingly beautiful.
17. The tenor soloist is unable to appear tonight because of illness.
18. He's generally considered to have the finest tenor voice in the country.
19. He has a beautiful tenor voice.
20. He used to sing tenor in the church choir.
21. Nice tenor too, and he carries a tune.
22. She gave her tenor scream[sentencedict.com], and the wolves answered.
23. She screamed, a hoarse tenor noise, and fought.
24. The tenor of yesterday's talks was relatively good-natured.
25. Tenor and soprano saxophones. b. White's Chapel, Oklahoma, 1940.
26. Another big favourite was 75-year-old tenor Josef Locke.
27. The generally optimistic tenor of this debate provides a revealing comparison with those public views examined for the earlier period.
28. His fruity tenor boomed above the hubbub at rowdy election meetings, at Labour Party conferences, even at formal banquets.
29. I had hoped for a little more from the world's greatest tenor, whose performance was workmanlike but hardly inspired.
30. One of his initial inspirations was an Alan Skidmore tenor saxophone solo on a John Mayall album.
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