- (of song, tune) cadencia (feminine) to speak with a lilt hablar con un tono cantarín or musicalMore example sentences
- In turning it to a danceable 8/4 rhythm they completely lost the appealing lilt of the song.
- Born in Raipur, he grew up on Parsi theatre, silent films and the robust lilt of Chhatisgarthi folk songs that filled the air all around.
- For an inordinate seven minutes, the song lilts and rolls into glorified nothingness.
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