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They prayed to God, and sang praises to Him; and they sang so heartily that the other prisoners heard them.

After this, Stephen sang night and morn and midday the songs he had sung—and Calote with him—in the year of pilgrimage.

Long WillFlorence Converse

His volubility increased with his perturbation, and then he drank excessively and sang Dixie.

She sang so beautifully, with such style and such feeling, it seemed incredible to hear her under circumstances like these.

Hopeful as youth, careless as the wind, it sang in gladness and in trust.

He sang on the stairs now and again as he had done when he first came to Nut Street.

Fairfax and His PrideMarie Van Vorst

She played the piano and sang a little, then she wandered about the large and lonely rooms.

Patty's SuccessCarolyn Wells

All the time she sang she looked steadfastly before her, her knees straight, her hands upon her knee, her head cast back and up.

Weir of HermistonRobert Louis Stevenson

Edward had a good voice and he sang with so much spirit that every one enjoyed his unexpected addition to the evening's pleasure.

Wilhelm opened the door: the child came in, and sang him the song we have just given above.


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