quaver


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Synonyms for quaver

Synonyms for quaver

to move to and fro in short, jerky movements

Synonyms for quaver

a tremulous sound

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a musical note having the time value of an eighth of a whole note

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give off unsteady sounds, alternating in amplitude or frequency

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sing or play with trills, alternating with the half note above or below

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I opened my packet of Quavers and began to munch them contentedly, yet mildly envious of the playground before my eyes.
Thus, what the graph really represents is the number of quavers equivalent to the total duration of a particular note through a composition.
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He is a tuneful and inventive guitarist with a delightful vocal quaver, and his styles of roots rock, pop, gospel, and soul are all expertly executed.
Because it's so light and sweet, her carefully modulated nasal quaver can seem deceptively small and unimpressive until you pay a little closer attention to just how she's dipping and gliding across registers or sliding into blue notes, for instance.
Rosie Jones, nine, and her dog, Quaver, were among the winners and came third in the "Dog most like its owner" category, while Matthew Mair, of Widnes, was pleased with wins by his dog, Monty, for Best in Show and Best Condition.
QUIZ CHALLENGE: 1 Elvis Presley; 2 The White Star Line; 3 Mercury; 4 A quaver; 5 Herbert Asquith.
Whether he is providing a quaver in his voice for an octogenarian woman, Kate's Londonish tones, the university accents of Dalgliesh, or Sergeant Benton-Smith, he manages it all and keeps things moving.
Before the project, none of the cast - except jazz singer Cleo, of course - could tell a musical quaver from a curly crisp.
Come the weeks heading up to Remembrance Sunday, an epidemic of poppy-sellers robbed of their tins quaver that Bomb victims: Johnathan Ball (top) and Tim Parry their assailants have spat on the memory of the dead.
You can love music without understanding the difference between a crotchet and a quaver, a chord or a scale.
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She's got an old-lady quaver in her repertoire, as well as German, Irish, and French accents.