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He was a young man again, except for that unusual stiffness and unmelodious creaking joints.

Mrs. Damerel sank her voice to a sort of cooing, not unmelodious, but to Nancy's ear a hollow affectation.

We allowed this unmelodious vocalist to respect us by permitting him to believe us surveyors in another sense than as we were.

The bare grimy walls and the dim kerosene lamp, even Sam's unmelodious snore in the back room, sent no gloom to his soul.

The DeserterCharles King

The unmelodious call of a flicker in the pine-tree, and a towhee singing in the distance.

They are not ashamed to introduce their unmelodious calls into the avian chorus.

Prussian Trenck, the poor subterranean Baron, jargons and jangles in an unmelodious manner.

The French RevolutionThomas Carlyle

It sounds like the unmelodious clicking of pebbles, while the song of the skylark is loud, clear, and ringing.

Birds of the RockiesLeander Sylvester Keyser

Not alone are the voices of the women too often unmelodious, but those of the men also need attention.

Even such as might be called monotonous and unmelodious are none the less significant and welcome.

In the OpenStanton Davis Kirkham

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