The combination of qualities of a sound that distinguishes it from other sounds of the same pitch and volume.(noun)
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Use "timbre" in a sentence
"Music is niocely mathematical, both in timbre, chords, and the time series used."
"I think it is what they call the timbre that is different."
"On her debut, the aptly-titled Solo (released through Interscope Digital Distribution), increasingly accomplished songwriting connects through her emotive, lithe-yet-lived-in timbre."