- n. Plural form of sone.
“I like some of Margarets outfits in "North and South" (BBC) and also enjoy making sones similar to Molly's clothes in Wives and Daughters.”
“But all of this is not ture I never jumped bail on any rape chatge, My ex wife who abused my sones and ws provenn that why I have full coustey of them told the police this which was all proved false, but still no excuess for my actions.”
“Guitarist Eloy Cruz, one of the founding members of Tembembe Ensamble Continuo says it flourished and changed in Mexico Mr. ELOY CRUZ (Musician): We take old sones, we call them sones, pieces for baroque guitar from 17th - and 18th-century manuscripts, and we put this music together with sones that are from today, that are alive today.”
“The bathroom fans run at about 5.0 sones (loudness), like your mom's old vacuum cleaner did.”
“A noise rating of 1.5 sones is quiet, but you might want to consider models as low as 1.0 or 0.5 sones for use in your bedroom, family room/TV room, or other spot where quiet operation is key.”
“They usually include a procession with women doing call and response singing and musicians playing sones, all night vigils, a Fandango, tamales and drinks.”
“Enclosed motors and a galvanized housing allow the WhisperGreen to emit a mere 0.3 sones at its highest speed, says Panasonic.”
“No one ever surpassed him belting out guarachas, rumbas, sones, or other high energy numbers.”
“Atte passynge of this ryvere, seynt Eustache loste hys two sones, whanne that he hadde lost hys wyffe.”
“Nazarethe, is the Castelle Saffra; of the whiche, the sones of”
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