Tovey

[ toh-vee ]

noun
  1. Sir Donald Francis, 1875–1940, English music scholar.

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How to use Tovey in a sentence

  • And Russell Tovey as George, the werewolf, is insanely watchable.

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  • Mr. Tovey, still impersonating Delilah in the corner, was approaching the more excitable passages of the song.

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  • Facing these flames stood Miss Ford and Mr. Tovey, hand in hand, each singing a different song very earnestly.

    Living Alone | Stella Benson
  • Mr. Tovey and the Mayor were talking at the foot of the stairs, Mr. Frere was listening sardonically.

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  • I find in my journal one entered as Tovey-Tovey, another as Kanakala.

  • But to return to Mr. Tovey and the "mare's-nest" to which we have referred.

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