Recent Examples of lullaby from the Web
There is no more beautiful instrument for playing lullabies, as Võ does with a profound mixture of sweetness and sadness, innocence and alarm.
Rock-a-Bye Baby There’s a reason why lullabies talk about rocking.
Listeners could distinguish them from healing songs, but not from lullabies or dance songs.
In the original French, Leïla Slimani’s novel The Perfect Nanny was titled Douce Chanson, which means a sweet song, a lullaby.
Arrullo, which means lullaby, also features Gameros' mother, Altagracia Estupinan, and grandmother, Leonarda Renteria, who help accent an overall theme.
At one point, Kronos turns the descending scales of the lullaby into a lovely, soft elegy.
In the final movement, a lullaby breaks free of the orchestra altogether.
The singer recently released a children’s album of lullaby versions of his hits.
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Origin and Etymology of lullaby
First Known Use: 1573See Words from the same year
Examples of lullaby in a Sentence
reclining peacefully on the deck, lullabied by the gentle motion of the ship
First Known Use of lullaby
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