The passing note of a bird or the scent of a flower may be enough to upset a most admirably contrived plan.
This is his favourite wife, and her story is worth a passing note.
This is an extremely brilliant descending passage in octaves, with the ninth used as a passing note.
This seems to bear out the common view of the Enharmonic as produced by the introduction of an 'accidental' or passing note.
Thomas Wilkinson of Yanwath, the friend of Wordsworth and the subject of these verses, deserves more than a passing note.
The Countess d'Agoult is worthy of much more than a passing note.
Shakespeare's mention of the Strawberry and the Nettle (No. 2) deserves a passing note.
And in passing note the fact that he still got letters from his people after he came to Tombstone with a price on his head.
Elizabeth, this man's wife, is worthy of more than a passing note.