lullaby

Part of speech: noun

A cradle- song.

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Usage examples "lullaby":

  1. Presently she began to sing, a quaint old Island lullaby, which rang weird and melancholy. - "An Isle in the Water", Katharine Tynan.
  2. " It just matches a lullaby I made up yesterday," continued Allee, unmindful of Peace's criticism. - "Heart of Gold", Ruth Alberta Brown.
  3. May angels round thy couch Be ever nigh, And over thy slumbers chant Their lullaby. - "Our Young Folks at Home and Abroad", Various.