Synonyms for Bass:

adj.

all (adjective)
deep.
alto (adjective)
deep.
deep (adjective)
alto, baritone, sonorous, grave, sepulchral, low-pitched, resonant, contralto, low, faint.
low (adjective)
alto, low-pitched.

n.

C, beat, crotchet, D, double flat, chord, B, DO. flat, harmonious, discordant, sounds, classical, contralto, funky, bluesy, atonal, acoustic, harmonic. arrangement, adagio, allegro, cantata, chant, air, andante, concerto. chorale, choirmaster, chorister, choir, choirboy, chorus, choirgirl. falsetto, mezzo. hollow, dull, plangent, heavy. chub, bream, Koi. chowder, bloater, bouillabaisse, fillet, filet. bass (noun)
freshwater bass, bass part, basso, low, low-pitched, bass voice, deep, sea bass.
fish (noun)
marlin, blackfish, trout, crappie, catfish, bluegill, turbot, sailfish, pike, lamprey, guppy, haddock, bowfin, pickerel, sole, smelt, char, gar, anchovy, halibut, kipper, hake, herring, minnow, eel, rainbow trout, sunfish, fish, fluke, salmon, sea horse, tarpon, flounder, albacore, sturgeon, shark, Mudfish, swordfish, speckled trout, flatfish, hammerhead, perch, sardine, tuna, puffer, goby, whitefish, goldfish, ray, barracuda, Sting ray, walleye, carp, grouper, dogfish, mackerel.
musical instrument (noun)
cello, harp, French Horn, tenor saxophone, viola, harmonica, flute, piano, banjo, recorder, electric guitar, alto saxophone, horn, harpsichord, fiddle, violincello, trumpet, trombone, clarinet, drum, guitar, keyboard, electric piano, saxophone, piccolo, classical guitar, organ, violin, bassoon, English Horn, oboe.
musical instruments (noun)
fiddles, organs, bass guitar, violas, electric pianos, banjoes, barrel organ, balalaika, violincelli, French horns, bassoons, air guitar, saxophones, electric guitars, recorders, pianos, tenor saxophones, trumpets, bagpipes, harpsichords, drums, piccolos, trombones, harps, flutes, harmonicas, accordion, classical guitars, guitars, violins, keyboards, oboes, Celli, horns, baby grand, English horns, clarinets, alto saxophones.
musician (noun)
oboist, harpsichordist, composer, fiddler, drummer, alto, maestro, clarinetist, banjoist, bassist, harpist, musician, saxophonist, keyboardist, bassoonist, trumpeter, pianist, virtuoso, violinist, tenor, trombonist, soprano, flutist, singer, arranger, Accordionist, baritone, cellist, guitarist, performer, player, instrumentalist.

Other synonyms:

contralto, beat, chowder, Koi, harmonious, choirboy, plangent, atonal, falsetto, concerto, cantata, chorus, funky, bloater, resonant, choirmaster, chord, bluesy, bouillabaisse, DO, choirgirl, chub, choir, chorister, crotchet, double flat, fillet, discordant. harmonic, andante, COD, chorale, allegro, adagio, classical, D, bream, chant, arrangement, mezzo, acoustic. B, air, C. hollow. dull, flat. heavy.

Usage examples for bass

  1. And so we all thither, and there she did sing an Italian song or two very fine, while he played the bass upon a harpsicon there; and exceedingly taken I am with her singing, and believe that she will do miracles at that and acting. – Diary of Samuel Pepys, Complete Transcribed From The Shorthand Manuscript In The Pepysian Library Magdalene College Cambridge By The Rev. Mynors Bright by Samuel Pepys Commentator: Lord Braybrooke
  2. The Valley River ran full, a quarter of a mile of glistening yellow water, and no way across it but the way of the bass or the way of the heron. – Dwellers in the Hills by Melville Davisson Post