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lilt

(in music) a jaunty rhythm
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Lilting takes a different and fleshier route to a similar destination; the notion of loss here is material.
I identify with the character in Lilting in as much as I had a lot of fear in doing it.
For a completely different mood, "Beachside Step" features a playful, lighthearted motive, staccatos and lilting rhythms throughout.
Welsh fly-half Cliff Morgan had to have his voice box removed as part of treatment for cancer of the larynx - a huge blow for a man who made a brilliant career from his magical lilting voice.
The artist maintains the atmosphere of erotic camaraderie and lilting corruption while refining the terms under which beauty and authority entwine.
Dwayne DeRosario grew up in Canada, and now lives in San Jose, California, but everything about him, from his lilting patois and Rastafarian dreadlocks, to his diet, has roots in the West Indian culture of Guyana, where his parents were born.
Larger and lusher than Belgium, and imbued with a local culture enriched by lilting Carimbo music and Indian folklore, this once was a place with little future.
Noddy Holder will be greeting visitors in his lilting Black Country tones when they push buttons in lifts at the gallery.
But since Garlick and Mathias select from a span of five centuries, it is actually John Stuart Williams and Meic Stephens's volume The Lilting House (1969) that Abse's anthology most exactly replaces as the up-to-date selection of modern Anglo-Welsh poetry.
The character of Fenno is especially well drawn and Keating's reading turns what could be a grating, gravelly Scottish accent into a smooth and almost lilting addition to the story.