verb (used with or without object)
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Origin of lilt
OTHER WORDS FROM liltlilt·ing·ly, adverblilt·ing·ness, noun
Example sentences from the Web for lilt
She thought that Burr was there, and she lilted more loudly the Virginia reel.
Madelon stood up in the little gallery allotted to the violins and lilted, and the march began.
Just then the newcomer heard the lilted announcement: “Footsteps I hear, and now will appear my very dear little daughter.”The Phantom Yacht|Carol Norton
"I ain't 'alf so funny as that young billy-goat o' yours, my dear," replied the old trainer, and lilted on his way.Boy Woodburn|Alfred Ollivant
Eerily it tripped and chimed and lilted to its close, and the Maestro swung about and faced them, smiling still, quizzically.The Happy Venture|Edith Ballinger Price