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As noted above, the “sounds of the city” include churchbells, not to mention vehicle traffic, car horns and other less euphonius stimuli.
Otherwise, I just try to find sounds that are euphonius, esp in the case of fantasy.
We learned that what we had noted as the Greenhow Cave was known by the less euphonius name of the "Stump Cross Cavern."
And again, as regards ourselves, where it happened often that men of an earthly character imagined something out of place, (there is used) what appears more euphonius.
This euphonius name, which so interests the ear, it is said, was a corruption or improvement of the name of a colonist, Hugh Murray, and adopted by the savage.
That, at least, would have been more euphonius, and we aZns like our poetry.
This was a specimen of friendly familiarity, the propinquity of which to your subsequent well intentioned allusion to my paternal responsibilities is patent upon profert -- recla fronte, all of which have in them the genuine tinkle of Possum Holler, and outside of that celestial Empire must run imminent risk of being christened, for the want of a more euphonius "term," impertinence, and amounts to a brace of blunders, but which I will consolidate and simply claim is blunder No. 12.
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