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flutey

[floo-tee] /ˈflu ti/
adjective, flutier, flutiest.
1.

fluty

or flutey

[floo-tee] /ˈflu ti/
adjective, flutier, flutiest.
1.
having the tone and rather high pitch variation of a flute:
a person of fastidious manner and fluty voice.
Origin of fluty
1815-1825
1815-25; flute + -y1
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  • And just think, Mrs. Catlin, flutey is going to write a long serious story for our magazine all about the war that she was in!

    The Blue Birds' Winter Nest Lillian Elizabeth Roy
  • The tone in all likelihood 58 will be pure and flutey, at least upon the higher notes.

    The Child-Voice in Singing Francis E. Howard
  • Little birds sent forth their flutey voices where mortals must be hushed for fear of enemies.

    The War Romance of the Salvation Army Evangeline Booth and Grace Livingston Hill
  • It was soft and flutey, as though some one played two notes upon a reed, a piping sound.

    Day and Night Stories Algernon Blackwood
  • “Here comes flutey, now,” said Ruth, hearing the slow steps of her aunt.

    The Blue Birds' Winter Nest Lillian Elizabeth Roy

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