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Synonyms for lilt

Synonyms for lilt

a jaunty rhythm in music


Related Words

articulate in a very careful and rhythmic way

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LILT involves the use of wavelengths ranging from 600nm-1000nm.
The survey marks the creation of the Lilt Laughter Lobby, which aims to bring more laughter to the nation - something Wales clearly has plenty of.
Contract notice: Community open procedure for the award of the service sos lilt for a period of 3 years plus 1 - cig 633963504e.
There is a Yeatsian lilt to this lyric, which celebrates the strengths of ordinary women and, with its soft rhyme and easy metre, has its own music of speech.
The 25-year-old Geordie is set to begin elocution lessons to lose her Northern lilt - after telly mogul Simon Cowell booked her in with a top Hollywood voice coach.
We're missing the man wid de iron,'' de Lima said in her island lilt.
She revealed last night that drinks giants Coca-Cola and Schweppes Beverages are keen to snap her up for a second deal to promote Lilt.
If his earlier work had a glib, whimsical lilt -- this is the man who wrote a song comparing the powers of love to fusion and photosynthesis -- ``The Animal Years'' has a more mature, probing tone.