An unnatural or unusually low-pitched voice, esp. a woman or young child trying to sing like Pavarotti
When your 5-year old boy sings: "You were born... loooong ago, long ago, long ago, loooooooooooong ago," in falsalto, attempting to sound like a famous opera tenor or alto in order to taunt you
That feeling of soothing reassurance you get when you (mistakenly) tell yourself it was probably nothing important.
You go into a room to get your watch, once you get into the room you forget why you went in there (see: destinesia), you experience anxiety at not being able to remember, but then salve your unpleasant feelings with fauxtopia.
–noun 1. an unnaturally or artificially low-pitched voice or register, esp. in a young boy or woman trying to sound like a man
2. a person who sings with such a voice.
–adjective 3. of, noting, or having the quality and compass of such a voice.
–adverb 4. in a falsalto
Young Ethan was running around the house taunting his mother singing, "You were born, long ago, long ago long ago looooooong agooooooo" in his falsalto.