He avowed no intention, but the whole note, its very restraint, was big with intention.
For heaven's sake forgive the untidiness of this whole note.
I then proceeded to read the whole note, wondering, knowing this to be false, wondering why he was saying it.
The whole note of Grasse is of flowers, trees, and shrubs, and the perfume-laden air announces the fact from afar.
I will not quote any further, Stella; perhaps another time I can send you the whole note.
In fact, the whole note of the theatre is that gloomy or painful matters should be excluded.
If a person is worth inviting at all, it is but proper that a whole note should be inclosed.
This is not the case, the time is two half notes and the whole note is to be sounded simultaneously with the two half notes.
The whole note is certainly not from her hand; she could not have written like this.