Definition of Songfully

1. Adverb. In a songful manner. ¹



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Definition of Songfully

1. [adv]

Songfully Pictures

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Songfully

song and dance
song sparrow
song thrush
song thrushes
songbird
songbirdlike
songbirds
songbook
songbooks
songcraft
songfest
songfests
songfic
songfics
songful
songfully (current term)
songfulness
songfulnesses
songish
songkok
songkoks
songless
songlessly
songlike
songline
songlines
songman
songmen
songololo
songololos

Literary usage of Songfully

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1. The Craftsman by Gustav Stickley (1905)
"... earthquake bowlders descending in a song of curves, snowflakes glinting songfully hither and thither. "The water in music the oar forsakes. ..."

2. The Story of French Paintingby Charles Henry Caffin by Charles Henry Caffin (1911)
"It soars lightly and songfully as the skylark, and, fluttering down, again, brings something of heaven to earth. His landscapes, in fact, are not halting ..."

3. The Story of French Painting by Charles Henry Caffin (1911)
"It soars lightly and songfully as the skylark, and, fluttering down, again, brings something of heaven to earth. His landscapes, in fact, are not halting ..."

4. Memoirs of Philip P. Bliss by Philip Paul Bliss, Daniel W. Whittle, George Frederick Root, Dwight Lyman Moody, Edward Payson Goodwin, Ira David Sankey (1877)
"Gospel songfully Yours." In the Peoria (Illinois) Transcript, we find the following, from Rev. AR Thompson, Pastor of the Second Presbyterian Church in that ..."

5. Memoirs of Philip P. Bliss by Philip Paul Bliss, Daniel W. Whittle, George Frederick Root, Dwight Lyman Moody, Edward Payson Goodwin, Ira David Sankey (1877)
"Still there's more to follow ; " to this he subscribed himself, " Gospel songfully Yours. ..."

6. London Music in 1888-89 as Heard by Corno Di Bassetto: (later Known as by Bernard Shaw (1917)
"I have left myself too little space to speak of my trip to Camber- well on Monday to hear the South London Choral Association songfully illustrating a ..."

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