- adj. Resembling a flute or the sound of flute music
- flute + -like (Wiktionary)
“The western's song, on the other hand, is consistently described as flutelike or gurgling.”
“A soft, flutelike voice sounded gently in my ears.”
“There was a sound, a queer wailing and rising and falling of the flutelike notes that he could associate with nothing he had heard on Earth or Mars -- nor anywhere in the Solar System.”
“Colvin's natural voice is a pure, flutelike breath.”
“Aurora emitted a high flutelike sound that Miles knew was laughter.”
“He likens curaçao to the "piercing, velvety note" of the clarinet; crème de menthe is flutelike, "at once sweet and tart, soft and shrill.”
“Sometimes it sounded flutelike, sometimes like birdsong, sometimes like a theremin.”
“The parade was made up of groups of dancers wearing rainbow colors doing traditional dances, bands playing flutelike instruments and leather skin drums, and colorful, giant animals made out of paper.”
“From the walls came now a faint sound of gongs, of drums, of shrill, flutelike pipings.”
“One auspicious day of the month, when the Regent and some other senior lamas such as Trijang Rinpochay who became my junior tutor were receiving teaching from him, there was a ritual performance that involved two flutelike instruments.”
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by John Brehm
Iâ€™m so wildly unprolific, the poems
I have not written would reach
from here to the California coast
if you laid them end to end.
And if ...
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