Definition of Songlessly

1. [adv]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Songlessly

songbook
songbooks
songcraft
songfest
songfests
songfic
songfics
songful
songfully
songfulness
songfulnesses
songish
songkok
songkoks
songless
songlessly (current term)
songlike
songline
songlines
songman
songmen
songololo
songololos
songs
songsheet
songsheets
songsmith
songsmiths
songspiel
songspiels

Literary usage of Songlessly

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1. The Christian Examiner edited by Edward Everett Hale (1865)
"... songlessly pass • Through the long grass, . There will the noontide bee pleasantly hum, And the warm winds come. Yes — you at least, ye dells, meadows, ..."

2. Poems by James Clarence Mangan, John Mitchel (1859)
"... songlessly pass Through the loug grass, There will the noontide bee pleasantly hum, And warm winds come. Yes—you at least, ye dells, meadows, ..."

3. The Compromises of Life, and Other Lectures and Addresses, Including Some by Henry Watterson (1903)
"... And, though the passer-by songlessly pass Through the long grass; There will the noontide bee pleasantly hum And warm winds come; Yes, you at least, ..."

4. The Compromises of Life, and Other Lectures and Addresses, Including Some by Henry Watterson (1903)
"... And, though the passer-by songlessly pass Through the long grass; There will the noontide bee pleasantly hum And warm winds come; Yes, you at least, ..."

5. The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal (1836)
"... songlessly pass Through the long grass, There will the noontide bee pleasantly hum, And warm winds come. Stars and moonbeams, Will think on him whose ..."

6. Demonology and Devil-lore by Moncure Daniel Conway (1879)
"... and all the while the veritable peasants are kneeling, songlessly, to veritable crosses in another temper than the kind and fair audiences dream of, ..."

7. The Complete Works by John Ruskin (1894)
"... and all the while the veritable peasants are kneeling, songlessly, to veritable crosses, in another temper than the kind and fair audiences dream of, ..."

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