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Definition of Liltingly
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Literary usage of Liltingly
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1. French Dramatists of the 19th Century by Brander Matthews (1901)
"... Chaunt of the Brazen Head,' in which the lyrist liltingly tells us what he thinks of love. ..."
2. The Song of Three Friends by John Gneisenau Neihardt (1919)
"A merry trapper's song Comes liltingly to mock her, and a hand Waves back farewell. Now 'round a point of land The bull-boats disappear; and that is all ..."
3. The Raid of the Guerilla: And Other Stories by Mary Noailles Murfree, Charles Egbert Craddock (1912)
"Suddenly a ponderous cage was rolled in; the band was playing liltingly; the largest of the lions within the bars, a tawny monster, roused up and with head ..."
4. The Book Buyer by Charles Scribner's Sons (1899)
"... the reverend can", but as a valuable stage property. For the furore is upon her. " Her finger pointed at him, she sings again, liltingly, scornfully: 14 ..."