from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Nobly versified; melodious.
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The German character is without mountains or valleys; its favorite food is roast veal; and in other lines it prefers whatever may be the analogue thereof -- all which gives life here a certain flatness to the high-tuned
He was a knight of the saddle, the uncrowned king of the woods, and Bruce, riding along beside him now, regarding him, enjoying him, would not have exchanged comradeship with the boy's simple, high-tuned relish of life for comradeship with kings.
"Ah, Shelton!" he said in high-tuned tones, halting his legs in such an easy attitude that it was impossible to interrupt it: "come to take the air?"
So then the chaplain retired sorrowfully to his private room, and here, sustained no longer by action, his high-tuned nature gave way.
All his motions toward the creature were half dead, like the vital motions of a crucified man half out of the world, and his acts of faith were lively and vital, and high-tuned, like the highest note in the music-song.
Over 70 cars are promised including high-tuned and exotic super cars, while tracks include both real-world and fictional locales.