noun, plural lull·a·bies.
verb (used with object), lull·a·bied, lull·a·by·ing.
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Example sentences from the Web for lullaby
But then that night, Dad played it back to me in bed, like a lullaby, my own recorded voice singing myself to sleep.
Washington loves a lullaby—like the one about both sides deserving blame for the decline in bipartisanship.Michael Tomasky on the GOP’s Rush to the Right in Congress|Michael Tomasky|February 2, 2012|DAILY BEAST
It was a lullaby for heroes, not for a weary old woman who could not sleep.Barbara Lynn|Emily J. Jenkinson
When a fellow charges through hails of bullets, each singing him a lullaby, he never knows what instant one will come 'chunk!'Where the Souls of Men are Calling|Credo Harris
Religion was the lullaby of the cradle, the ghost-story told by the old woman, Superstition.The Works of Robert G. Ingersoll, Vol. 5 (of 12)|Robert G. Ingersoll
The wind even had folded her wings and had ceased to sing her lullaby to the accompaniment of her many stringed lute.The Life of a Celebrated Buccaneer|Richard Clynton
Then the snowdrop sang a lullaby about the moss that loved the violet.A Little Book of Profitable Tales|Eugene Field