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1. Her voice had a soft Welsh lilt to it.
2. She has a faint Irish lilt.
3. Her voice is child-like, with a West Country lilt.
4. Many of his patriotic songs have a stirring lilt.
5. He's got that lovely Irish lilt in his voice.
6. Michelle spoke with a soothing Southern lilt.
7. At extremely fast tempos this lilt is lost and they even out as they would in a funk or fusion context.
8. Her voice had a lilt to it as if she were on the verge of laughter.
9. She has a lilt to her voice.
10. I asked Lilt if she'd change shifts with me.
11. He has been running a lilt in the newspaper against child labour.
12. There was a lilt in her voice which was new.
13. The glint in the eye and the lilt in the voice are familiar to us all.
14. His voice has a racy fluency blended with the intuitive lilt of generations.
15. Even if you have a tape recorder, the tone and the lilt of the voice can change what a phrase means.
16. In Minnesota and states of the northern Midwest a Scandinavian lilt is apparent in the local accent.
17. Joe was the stylist, throwing in literary references and lingering over their prose until it had a lilt.
18. For one thing it is devoid of the relentless lilt and terminological tedium of the professional programme writer.
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19. Even this gesture, a mercenary movement, had about it the lilt of broken syllables.
20. He speaks English with a strong Chinese accent and speaks Chinese with a lilt.
21. Sastri's speech was cultured and precise, with a Pakistan lilt.
22. And the music of the fluttering birds had an eerie lilt to it.
23. His The Long Regret is considered on a par with Sea Lilt.
24. Mr Carter's tone was dolorous, but there is an extraordinary lilt to Mr Obama's rhetoric which puts a bounce back into everyone's step.
25. Mr Goodnight's voice has returned to its more usual, gentle Southern lilt.
26. These works were far surpassed in artistic quality by Sea Lilt written by Zhao in 1927.
27. Fan Po - wen spoke slowly with a feminine lilt in his voice, and his face beamed smugly.