Thesaurus / cadence
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I have brought men to dress you in a cadence; these kinds of suits are put on with ceremony.

There was a cadence, or sort of chant, in her delivery; but with the most perfect quietness of manner.

First Impressions of the New WorldIsabella Strange Trotter

Every cadence and vibration of that voice was to him enchantment—he could not choose but pause.

The Cock and AnchorJoseph Sheridan Le Fanu

He made Kim learn whole chapters of the Koran by heart, till he could deliver them with the very roll and cadence of a mullah.

KimRudyard Kipling

Every blessing of life is theirs; every cadence that affection knows makes harmony in their words.

Idle Hour StoriesEugenia Dunlap Potts

All succeeding law is its inevitable corollary, and vibrating in cadence with this fundamental note.

Without the cadence of Euripides the majestic aria of Sophocles would hardly be played out.

The cadence of his voice is full of kindness and conciliation.

It is impossible to describe the cadence of plaintive indignation which he gave to the last word.

Guy Livingstone;George A. Lawrence

The magic of words and cadence—the purely sensuous pleasure of melodious sound—stirred me from the time when I was quite a child.

Fifteen Chapters of AutobiographyGeorge William Erskine Russell

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