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The prayer of Judith at the most critical point of the piece is not conspicuous either for tunefulness or varied accompaniment.
There is far more genuine life in his lighter works, many of which still delight us by their unaffected tunefulness and vivacity.
THE OPERAR.A. STREATFEILD
But at this moment all the tunefulness and softness had gone out of it.
I look upon the earlier work as tentative—a feeling for the beauty of perfection of pitch, tunefulness, and intonation.
THE BOY'S VOICEJ. SPENCER CURWEN
In all the lilt and sparkle of the world and all the tunefulness of the young summer there had seemed a direct message to herself.
WHEN 'BEAR CAT' WENT DRYCHARLES NEVILLE BUCK
Davy remembered only snatches of this song, but its hilarious tunefulness appealed to his state of feeling on the third landing.
JANET OF THE DUNESHARRIET T. COMSTOCK
Further inspirited by his own tunefulness, he rose (and of course struck an attitude) and opened his mouth and sang.
IT AND OTHER STORIESGOUVERNEUR MORRIS
His voice detracted by its very tunefulness from what he said.
THE HOUSE OF THE VAMPIREGEORGE SYLVESTER VIERECK

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