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1. Their song, or their dirge, remained unsung, or at any rate unheard.
2. Yet the memoirs of these survivors, their dirge, is rarely inscribed in the chroniclers' sentimental journeys.
3. Listen to the dirge of the dry leaves, that were green and vigorous but a few moons before!
4. There's too many metal and dirge infested undertones but they'd go down a storm supporting Silverfish.
5. Radiohead is singing a dirge to the record industry.
6. That the Song of life is a dirge.
7. His songs are full of dirge.
8. Captain, make sure that the band plays a dirge.
9. The prog-rock dirge of "I Remember California" bears gloomy witness to a world losing itself in a blur of accelerating change.
10. Time passes like a dirge, white dye alone across the face of the ear.
11. It was to be a funeral dirge, a farewell song to a dead friendship.
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12. When a Hmong dies, his fellow clansmen beat out a dirge on ceremonial drums, announcing his departure for the afterworld.
13. These dissonant days the best a player can hope for as an inspirational backdrop to his talent is an off-pitch dirge.
14. Do you think, Cbunt, that this doleful and crude dirge of Elvis's might soon be changed?
15. Funk, jazz and reggae influence their sound, but the result never dips into a Western dirge.
16. Wordless, it rises and falls in hemidemisemitones of unearthly misery. The dirge of the damned. Edward Abbey
17. She threw down her basket and intoned a peasant dirge.
18. The stranger, after listening for a moment, joined in the mournful dirge.
19. But the old who seems to have in my ear, like a dirge soft, lingering.