Definition of high-pitched in English:

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adjective

  • 2(Of a roof) steep.
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    • The Tudor-style architecture, with its stone pillars and high-pitched roofs, is influenced but not created by Kinkade.
    • A high-pitched roof and a large skylight guaranteed ventilation and light.
    • The Petersham's Gothic façade, complete with tower and high-pitched roofs, has been a landmark since it was built in 1865.

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