liltingly

liltingly

(ˈlɪltɪŋlɪ)
adv
(of speech, movement, etc) in a manner characterized by a graceful, swinging rhythm
Translations

liltingly

adv sing, playmit beschwingtem Rhythmus
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At last, the sentence builds to a series of five, liltingly rhythmic clauses, ratcheting up in succession negations that, for all their cumulative weight, cannot quite topple the sisterly affection Ruth imputes to Lucille: "she does not watch, does not listen, does not wait, does not hope, and always for me and Sylvie.
Schubert's "Unfinished" began appropriately spectrally, but progressed into a liltingly phrased second subject.
However, the speaker doesn't reject the female musician or dismiss her artistic creation as trivial; he liltingly calls her a "gentle maker of musical joy" (Brooks 1994, 68), while the fallen comrades are flatly "bitter dead men" (68), pitting her creative powers against the war's destruction.
The popular public goodwill in India for Pakistan is just a fiction that is chanted liltingly in those Indo-Pak seminars mounted in the five-star hotels.
Rebecca Woodmass's liltingly lyrical Celia and Geoffrey Penar's hilariously oily and strongly sung Whore also gave much pleasure, while, of the three solo tenors required, Kevin Myers' Cornaccio showed considerable and intriguing potential.
Liltingly called the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Mini, the keyboard is itself about the same size and thickness as an iPad Mini.
Here was Shostakovich as he must have envisioned the piece: snarling, furious, and liltingly captivating.
4 Damon & Naomi, The Sub Pop Years (20/20/20) Intimacy: These liltingly guileless tracks are a testament to the rapport that two people may achieve over time with their audience.
The singer used the full extent of her dizzying range, beginning with husky lower notes before liltingly climbing the scale.
The delicate, accent edged trill that rose liltingly had deepened over the years but it was surely Batya who spoke, her modulated but insistent tone dominating the small group gathered around the piano in a corner of the wide windowed room.
Liltingly lexical, Lithely logological, Lyrical language, long live Limericks
It is the liltingly old-fashioned, falteringly new sound of the first decade of free verse.