Definition of Lullabied
1. lullaby [v] - See also: lullaby
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Literary usage of Lullabied
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1884)
"Long lullabied by surges rude From hoarse Atlantic seas they lie, The dead here, sleeping silently. Safe, sound they sleep, although the sea Is lawless ..."
2. English Hunger and Industrial Disorders: A Study of Social Conflict During by Walter James Shelton (1922)
"... nor lullabied by the music of bells. And what is to-day, in allusions to the present author's pages, alleged to be " pessimism ..."
3. Elizabethan Critical Essays by George Gregory Smith (1904)
"... is neither lullabied with thy sweete Papp nor scarre-crowed with thy sower hatchet. And although in selfe-conceit thou knowest not thy selfe, ..."
4. The Complete Works of John Lyly by John Lyly (1902)
"... acquaintance now somewhat strangely saluted with a new remembrance, is neither lullabied with thy sweet Papp, nor scare-crow'd with thy sour Hatchett. ..."
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