- n. Plural form of hula.
“Then, with strumming and tumtuming, the live cigarette laid aside to the imminent peril of polished wood, his full baritone would roll out in South Sea hulas and sprightly French and Spanish songs.”
“Like many Polynesian cultures, Hawaii was a society whose history was handed down to younger generations through song, chant, and dance by tribal kumu hulas.”
“After a time, in which all at the piano had sung Hawaiian hulas, Paula sang alone to her own accompaniment.”
“I was practicing it today and I am very curios to know if the hulas you use for this one are smaller than the normals ones?”
“And the nights, the perfumed nights, the chanting of the meles and the dancing of the hulas, and the big”
“Saxon was genuinely shocked when some of them, even the more matronly, danced hulas on the sand.”
“And when she strummed the guitar and sang liquid, velvety Hawaiian hulas, he sat entranced.”
“Brown, hungry and thirsty, half out of his head from weakness and suffering, could lie among the rocks with equanimity and listen to the tinkling of ukuleles and guitars, and the hulas and himines of the Huahine women.”
“He has created numerous nontraditional hulas that use music ranging from Delibes to techno, from popular songs like "I Left My Heart in San Francisco" to "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face.”
“The native Hawaiians (who were performing ancient and modern hulas) were laughing so hard that there were tears streaming down their cheeks!”
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