Definition of Musicking
1. musick [v] - See also: musick
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Musicking
Literary usage of Musicking
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Shorter Poems of Robert Bridges by Robert Seymour Bridges (1890)
"Their notes thro' all the jocund spring Were mixed in merry musicking: They sang for love the whole day long, But now their love is all for song. ..."
2. The Chautauquan by Chautauqua Institution (1909)
"The cornfields' chorister Whose wings to music whirr— Come, mimic lute, my soul in songs to steep, Brush tiny foot and wing In tender musicking: Come! out ..."
3. Life of Richard Wagner by Carl Friedrich Glasenapp, William Ashton Ellis (1906)
"At anyrate this last experience will teach me to expose myself to no internal discord of the kind again, but keep entirely outside this humdrum musicking, ..."
4. The Bibelot: A Reprint of Poetry and Prose for Book Lovers, Chosen in Part by Thomas Bird Mosher (1903)
"... Brush tiny foot and wing In tender musicking: Come ! out of sleepless care my heart uplift, Locust, and set love free With your shrill minstrelsy. ..."
5. The Sunday Magazine by Thomas Guthrie, William Garden Blaikie, Benjamin Waugh (1869)
""Aweel," soliloquised the old woman, "if shehad- na felt it was truth, she wadna hao ran awa'. I'm no clever enough to unnerstan' her musicking, ..."
6. Afoot Through the Kashmir Valleys by Marion Doughty (1901)
"A few new books, a plentiful supply of papers, a small power of musicking, and a slight fund of information about the march of events " at home," was all ..."
7. Alcestis: A Musical Novel by Blanche Warre Cornish (1874)
"He remained in Vienna dancing, musicking, flirting, swimming with the stream. He told the disappointed Vulpius that his ..."