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lilt
used in Gone with the Wind

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Definition
a way of speaking, singing, or making music — typically cheerful, lively or pleasing — sometimes with the pitch of the voice rising and falling
  • "We haven't lost each other and our babies are all right and we have a roof over our heads," said Melanie and there was a lilt in her voice.
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lilt = cheerful manner
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