Contralto (noun)

A singer with a contralto voice, typically a female singer with a low-pitched singing voice.

Origin:

Derived from italian 'contralto' meaning 'against the tenor'.

Examples:

  1. She is a renowned contralto and has performed in many prestigious venues.
  2. The contralto's voice was rich and full, with a deep and powerful sound.
  3. Contraltos are often sought after for their unique vocal qualities.
  4. She has a naturally beautiful contralto voice and has been singing since she was a child.
  5. The choir featured several talented contraltos and their voices blended beautifully together.
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