High in pitch, as a voice or musical tone.(adjective)
Steeply sloped, as a roof.(adjective)
Marked by or indicating intense emotion: a high-pitched debate. (adjective)
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Use "high-pitched" in a sentence
"All the birds had either seen a shadow pass overhead or had heard another bird calling a high-pitched, nearly inaudible danger signal."
"As she begins to sing a prelude number her feeble, high-pitched voice warbles loudly over the sound system into the half-full room."
"What was the basis for the assertion that high-pitched crying “may be indicative of brain damage”?"