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The answer LILT has 314 possible clue(s) in existing crosswords.
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Definitions of lilt in various dictionaries:
noun - a jaunty rhythm in music
verb - articulate in a very careful and rhythmic way
A cheerful or lively manner of speaking, in which the pitch of the voice varies pleasantly.
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|Possible Crossword Clues|
|Merry-go-round music, e.g.|
|Music box music|
|Possible Dictionary Clues|
|a gentle and pleasant rising and falling sound in a person's voice:|
|a characteristic rising and falling of the voice when speaking a pleasant gentle accent.|
|speak, sing, or sound with a lilt.|
|a jaunty rhythm in music|
|articulate in a very careful and rhythmic way|
|A cheerful or lively manner of speaking, in which the pitch of the voice varies pleasantly.|
|A light, happy tune or song.|
|A light or resilient manner of moving or walking.|
|To say, sing, or play (something) in a cheerful, rhythmic manner.|
|To speak, sing, or play with liveliness or rhythm.|
|Lilt is a brand of soft drink manufactured by The Coca-Cola Company and sold in Ireland, Gibraltar, the Seychelles, and the United Kingdom only. During the 1980s, Lilt was promoted with the advertising slogan, "the totally tropical taste." Between 2008 and 2014, the Coca Cola company reduced the number of calories in the soda by 56% as part of its efforts to make healthier products in response to the British Governments Public Health Responsibility Deal.One advertisement in the late 1980s featured the "Lilt Man", a parody of a milkman, delivering Lilt in a "Lilt float", with a song bearing the lyrics "here comes the Lilt Man". In the late 1990s it was heavily promoted with advertisements featuring two Jamaican women, Blanche Williams and Hazel Palmer. They became known in the media as the "Lilt Ladies".|