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See definition of songful on Dictionary.com
  • as inlyric
  • as inlyrical
  • as inmellifluous
  • as inmelodious/melodic
  • as inmusical
  • as intuneful
  • as inmelodious

synonyms for songful

  • choral
  • coloratura
  • mellifluous
  • melodic
  • melodious
  • poetic
  • songlike
  • tuneful
  • melodic
  • rhythmic
  • passionate
  • rhapsodic
  • soulful
  • emotional
  • expressive
  • agreeable
  • dulcet
  • euphonious
  • harmonious
  • melodious
  • orchestral
  • pleasing
  • poetic
  • symphonic
  • tuneful
  • symphonious
  • lilting
  • choral
  • operatic
  • blending
  • chiming
  • songlike
  • sweet-sounding
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How to use songful in a sentence

Your Missie is doing some hard thinking, my beauties and doesn't feel songful this morning.
PEGGY STEWART AT SCHOOLGABRIELLE E. JACKSON
Here is his description of his change from "burning love" to the state of "songful love."
MYSTICISM IN ENGLISH LITERATURECAROLINE F. E. SPURGEON
In May and June the waterfalls are at their best, and the birds are most songful.
YOUR NATIONAL PARKSENOS A. MILLS
But Mr. Newcastle's involuntary wit was of no avail, and he was forced to curb his songful spirit until a more fitting season.
PEAK AND PRAIRIEANNA FULLER
Then another youth approached, and received more 256 airily a silver token, with the same blue ribbon and songful welcome.
CHARLES AUCHESTER, VOLUME 1 OF 2ELIZABETH SHEPPARD
So we may walk from one flower to another until the morning wears to a bright noon and the afternoon wanes into a songful sunset.
SOME SPRING DAYS IN IOWAFREDERICK JOHN LAZELL
To anyone capable of turning these causes to effects this sound is not dull and monotonous, but richly varied into songful music.
AMONG THE FORCESHENRY WHITE WARREN
The songful satirical line spouted in him, to be flung at his girl, as he ran upstairs to the boudoir off the drawing-room.
ONE OF OUR CONQUERORS, COMPLETEGEORGE MEREDITH
Why is it, again, that so few of our modern songs are truly songful, and fit to be set to music?
PROSE IDYLLSCHARLES KINGSLEY
The birds are those of California—many, prolific, and songful.
THE BOOK OF THE NATIONAL PARKSROBERT STERLING YARD
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WORDS RELATED TO SONGFUL

  • choral
  • coloratura
  • mellifluous
  • melodic
  • melodious
  • poetic
  • songful
  • songlike
  • tuneful
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