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bassy

(ˈbeɪsɪ)
adj, bassier or bassiest
(Music, other) manifesting strong bass tones
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"I've heard you like it heavy", the gravelvoiced Hetfield shouted, as the deep, bassy first chords of Sad But True sent the crowd into a frenzy.
It has an invisible rear wheel lock activated by kicking a secret button, which makes a reassuringly bassy ker-chunk sound.
Not one to just offer Praise You straight out the gate, the English DJ whipped up a frenzy, mixing well-known chart toppers with bassy tunes - remnants from the big beat genre he helped popularise back in the 90s - all while the giant 360 degree screen above his set-up flashed psychotic images of his body undulating to the beat.
Hailing from Birmingham and a child of the garage generation, Hannah is a champion of the new breed of bassy, wobbly, drop-heavy house sounds and she has validated herself as a DJ with some serious credentials.
With a platinum ponytail and walrus moustache, Flett cuts an imposing figure, further emphasised by a bassy Glaswegian voice.
In return, South Darfur voluntary return official, Issa Bassy said the regular forces deployed in Jebel Marra are striving to protect civilians and herders in the grazing areas of Jebel Marra from cattle raids carried out by SLM-AW forces.
The exhaust that's so raucous in sport+ and race modes recedes into the background, with nothing more than a muted bassy rumble permeating the cabin.
And if you are looking for something on a shoestring budget to be your daily driver, this might just be your bassy weapon of choice.
Throughout Florida, the water depth may change from one to five feet in a bassy tidal stream.
The prosecutor, ZannahDalhatu, told the court that one Emmanuel Bassy, of Life Camp, Abuja, reported the matter at the Life Camp Police Station, on April 8.
50 BOTTOMLESS BRUNCH AT GAUCHO, COLMORE ROW Feast your way throughout Gaucho's brunch menu while listening to a fusion of cool beats, melodic tunes and bassy rhythms.