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Sentence count:20Posted:2016-11-27Updated:2016-12-13
Similar words: nocturnalequinoctialjourneyburnerlecturepictureturnfractureMeaning: ['nɑktɜrn /'nɒktɜːn] n. a pensive lyrical piece of music (especially for the piano). 
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1. Try the melody of the nocturne if your hands will let you.
2. He had the unfinished nocturne and the portrait.
3. The nocturne is yours, Rose - an expression of my feeling for you.
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4. She disturbed the pattern of the nocturne.
5. Scented tea, lets the light nocturne like tassels fill the air.
6. The concert closed with a nocturne by Chopin.
7. The nocturne, written by Chopin, can change people's feelings.
8. Nocturne is an interactive media installation focusing on animals such as opossums, field mice and the endangered kit fox that have found successful niches within the urban and suburban landscape.
9. Nocturne is derived from Nox , which meant in the Roman time the god of night.
10. Nocturne in D major (Bizet, Georges). Piano. Romantic.
11. Dandelion, fluttering up like; like a person's Nocturne!
12. Memories in the rain 2 " the nocturne "
13. An impeccably literate thriller by the author of Manhattan Nocturne.
14. I wondered if Claude would be able to play the Chopin nocturne on the saxophone.
15. Smith's technical mastery blossomed in the hushed mystery of the Nocturne but above all in the fireworks of the Tarantella.
16. Comparable to it , perhaps , is only Corot's " Farmland " in painting, and Chopin's " Nocturne " in music.
17. Salamander Space Marines are raised from the populace of Nocturne, a deadly volcanic world.
18. The worries covered with dust, was cut with scars of grief by the nocturne.
19. He invented the musical form known as the instrumental ballade and made major innovations to the piano sonata, mazurka, waltz, nocturne, polonaise, etc.
20. The middle movement, called Intermezzo, is an Andante grazioso with light staccatos and melodic grace, not a brooding or even sentimental nocturne.
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