- 1Sound reminiscent of that of a flute: the silvery fluting of a blackbirdMore example sentences
- The male, beautifully patterned in buttercup-yellow and jet black, may first reveal his presence by glorious fluting.
- An aura of mystery weaves a pattern blended with the unheard of melody of fluting.
- The warm, glowing drone of Oliveros' accordion breathes its way through a patchwork of chimes and the gentle fluting of the whistlebuoys.
- 2A groove or set of grooves forming a surface decoration: a hollow stem with vertical flutings pieces decorated with flutingMore example sentences
- Two broken minarets over the main arch resemble the Qutb in their flutings.
- In it is a niche, wherein the statue of St. Canice stood, and inverted stone cones with eight grooves, or flutings, for holy water.
- The red sandstone tower of Qutab Minar is 72.5 m high, tapering from 14.32 m at its base to 2.75 m in diameter at its peak, and alternating in angular and rounded flutings.
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- Reminiscent of the sound of a flute: the golden, fluting voice filled the roomMore example sentences
- The fledgling let out an odd, fluting sound, and then his eyes squeezed closed.
- He sighed and began to walk in the Cow's direction when a low, fluting voice reached his ears.
- Sometimes, towards the end of February, walking across a boggy area where heather gave way to rushes and reed grasses, I would be startled by an eerie throbbing, bleating sound rising to a soft, fluting crescendo.
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