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Besides which, how could we get along without you for a spokesman, and I marked that you drummed to our dance very tunefully.
A SET OF ROGUESFRANK BARRETT
It was all spoken very softly and tunefully: the calm sunset of declining day seemed to brood over it.
THORLEY WEIRE. F. (EDWARD FREDERIC) BENSON
A voice affecting the Scotch accent was appealing more frantically than tunefully to "Douglas, Douglas, tender and true."
They possess good voices and sing very tunefully some of the old carols, “God rest you, merry gentlemen,” and the like.
Logically, he concludes the work by recalling the theme of his hero upon whose life he has preluded so tunefully.
FRANZ LISZTJAMES HUNEKER
Adèle sang the canzonette tunefully enough, and with the naïveté of her age.
JANE EYRECHARLOTTE BRONTE
The sheer catchiness of the melody, tunefully shouted out by the singers, had its effect on the crowd.
They sang well and tunefully, sustaining all the parts, and throwing heart and enthusiasm into the exercise.
A GAMBLE WITH LIFESILAS K. HOCKING
The youth complied, and the knight accompanied him as he sang, their voices blending tunefully together.
The fresh voices of the young girls and the mellower notes of journeyman or apprentice mingled tunefully together.
SEA-DOGS ALL!TOM BEVAN

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