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The souls of the heroes were sad when she raised the tuneful voice.
Birds of many kinds raised their tuneful voices, showing their joy in life and in the beauty of the morning.
It was the voice of a hound dog—not so awful loud, but clear and mellow and tuneful, and carried to us on the wind.
The lookers-on, knowing that Spalding was ambitious, expected to hear him in the tuneful choir, but he was dumb.
Much nestbuilding, tuneful courtship, and masculine blustering was going on, and there was little police duty for Bobby.
GREYFRIARS BOBBYELEANOR ATKINSON
The chief delight of the princess at this time was in listening to the songs of Burgundy as sung by the tuneful voice of Antoine.
THE COURT JESTERCORNELIA BAKER
No sounds of tuneful ocean saluted her ear; no melodious birds charmed, as heretofore, the wayfarer with their thrilling notes.
BARON BRUNOLOUISA MORGAN
No tuneful fisher who was friendly with the muse ever failed to give the Coquet a preferential mention in his verse.
Nose after nose lifts up its tuneful oratory, until the place is vocal.
All the tuneful passeres express their complacency by sweet modulations and a variety of melody.

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