Antonyms for lilted

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She put a damper on the sudden enthusiasm that lilted into his voice.

He lilted a swaying air, and whirled her round the room with gipsy glee.

He sat up with alert ears, and lilted suspiciously to a distance.

Madelon saw him as she lilted, and it seemed to her that she heard what he said.

She thought that Burr was there, and she lilted more loudly the Virginia reel.

He was very fond of the singing, and lilted away in his own peculiar fashion.

Eine Kleine Nachtmusik lilted joyously about him as he found a chair and sat down.

The quotation, lilted inanely as a nursery rime, pierced her heart like a flight of silver arrows.

"I ain't 'alf so funny as that young billy-goat o' yours, my dear," replied the old trainer, and lilted on his way.

Eerily it tripped and chimed and lilted to its close, and the Maestro swung about and faced them, smiling still, quizzically.