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  • adv. In a dulcet manner.


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dulcet +‎ -ly


  • And in this fashion, while the thin, dark man and the large, blond woman warbled dulcetly out on the stage and the other professionals followed in their turns, did Charley Welsh put Edna wise, giving her much miscellaneous and superfluous information and much that she stored away for the Sunday

    Amateur Night

  • 'Cyrus' 2010 Jonah Hill is one side of a triangle in this dulcetly crazy and certifiably hilarious little comedy made by the Duplass brothers, Jay and Mark.

    'Moneyball': Stars, Stats and Perfect Pitch

  • As if one terrific movie weren't enough, this week also brings us "Cyrus," a dulcetly crazy, certifiably hilarious and eerily mysterious little comedy written and directed by the Duplass brothers, Jay and Mark.

    An Ode to 'Toy'

  • Equipped with Jeremy Irons's dulcetly evil intonations and the allegiance of hyenas (who seem to stand for the dangerous lowlifes of street culture).

    King Of The Urban Jungle

  • "Well, now, what have we here?" one murmured dulcetly.

    Up In A Heaval

  • Voracia said dulcetly as her clothing turned translucent.

    Zombie Lover

  • Spurred on by her success, she added dulcetly, "You're obviously a very clever man, Jaime, to be able to analyse so correctly and assess the reactions of others without meeting or knowing them."

    Passionate Relationship

  • "She was reputed to be one of Charles II's many mistresses," he murmured dulcetly.

    Desire for Revenge

  • "Is there more of me you wish to touch?" she inquired dulcetly, her blouse becoming translucent.

    Yon Ill Wind

  • While Jim navigated the twisty turns of the almost trackless jungle, Chlorine washed the stunned Modem's face and hands and dulcetly questioned him.

    Yon Ill Wind


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