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If you were an Ethiopian serenader, you would be a loss to me.
THE HEIR OF REDCLYFFECHARLOTTE M. YONGE
It was now acting and re-acting on the lining of the serenader's olfactory organ in a manner to threaten final decapitation.
FLAMSTED QUARRIESMARY E. WALLER
Then the music ceased, and the tinkling of coins on a plate proclaimed the status of our serenader.
The selection of the unknown serenader was that pretty little thing which describes the end of a perfect day.
FORE!CHARLES EMMETT VAN LOAN
He attends to his work with all his might, and strikes up a noisy song, to the infinite displeasure of the serenader.
Isabella, who is intended for another by her mother, Donna Lucrezia, prefers this unknown serenader.
So one day I rose half an hour earlier than common on purpose to have a look at my little matutinal serenader.
BIRDS IN THE BUSHBRADFORD TORREY
Then night came: the maja stood at her reja10, looking out for her serenader.
PATRAASR. H. BUSK
The Frog was Sherry, Nyoda's camp serenader of the summer before.
Gleason himself, as we have seen, had taken prompt measures to satisfy himself as to the identity of the serenader.
MARION'S FAITH.CHARLES KING

WORDS RELATED TO SERENADER

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