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Sudden swallows swiftly skimming,Sunset's slowly spreading shade, Silvery songsters sweetly singing,Summer's soothing serenade.
THE BOOK OF HUMOROUS VERSEVARIOUS
The walk ended at our stopping place just as the German guns north of us beyond the river resumed their afternoon serenade.
THE GLORY OF THE COMINGIRVIN S. COBB
It won't necessarily be the Glee and Banjo Club, you understand, but it will be a real, old-fashioned serenade.
SMITH COLLEGE STORIESJOSEPHINE DODGE DASKAM
In telling his afternoon's experience Champney, also, had his reserves: of the coming serenade he said never a word to the priest.
FLAMSTED QUARRIESMARY E. WALLER
Is it not better to be worthy of the respect and reverence of thinkers, than to receive the serenade of sounding brass?
A NEW ATMOSPHEREGAIL HAMILTON
This made us mad, for you see it's customary after a time to beg off from the serenade by calling the boys in and giving a spread.
STEP LIVELY!GEORGE NIBLO
That evening the wolves and coyotes had their usual serenade; but they gathered in the depressions between the hills.
WATCHED BY WILD ANIMALSENOS A. MILLS
The name nocturne was originally used as synonymous with that of serenade, and they were virtually identical in character.
DESCRIPTIVE ANALYSES OF PIANO WORKSEDWARD BAXTER PERRY
Does he serenade under her window or compose an ode to her beauty or virtue—his father did it before him.
THE KEMPTON-WACE LETTERSJACK LONDON
They listened attentively for a repetition of the serenade, when a high-pitched but not loud "Wa—wa—wa—wa—wa—wa—wa—wa!"
TWO LITTLE SAVAGESERNEST THOMPSON SETON

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