(1) Instead of the dulcet sounds of ├ö├ç├┐Silent Night├ö├ç├û, there are imprecations emanating from the kitchen as the cook discovers a tub of cream in the fridge dripping all over the chipolatas.(2) In the meantime, Denise takes hormones to soften her skin and feminise her shape, has laser treatment to remove facial hair and visits a voice coach to perfect her dulcet tones.(3) Guests in attendance will get a sneak preview of original material from Pete's up and coming debut album, and Chris will entertain with melodic and dulcet tones.(4) Also, through years of practice (and perhaps a few vocal lessons), her lower register deadpan has evolved into a dulcet lilt, which doesn't work well on the older material.(5) The songs are dulcet and soothing, despite being in a minor key.(6) Ah well, you'll just have to imagine what my dulcet tones sound like.(7) His dulcet tones and relaxed interviewing style helped guide the listener through some pretty heavy stuff at times, but he never patronised his audience.(8) I sing in tune, but my tone is far from dulcet , and the last time I was in a choir I was a very ill little Christmas caroller who lasted a few houses before getting sick on the floor of some unfortunate person's condo.(9) Before Christmas the dulcet tones of Mozart, Handel and a host of other classical composers emanated from the statue of Brunel, in Haveock Square.(10) That humanitarian spirit that Mahatma Gandhi stood for finds fluid resonance in the colourful parlance, in the ethics portrayed, in the dulcet and un-syrupy piety of the bards.(11) There's a wheeze of accordion and deep, dulcet electric guitar, seemingly tuned 20,000 leagues under the sea, as we set sail for romance and adventure.(12) Instead, they stopped to give me a lift, ignoring me as I sat in the back, and they continued talking in their strange, gentle, dulcet accents.(13) It's got a fast-paced electronic rhythm to quicken the pulse, and dulcet tones to soothe the ear - nothing but laid-back electropop fun from start to finish.(14) He speaks in a voice that is at once soothing and atonal - call it a dulcet honk - and he rarely raises it in anger.(15) An hour later, I'm home just in time to hear the dulcet tones of my oldest child asking, ├ö├ç├┐what's for breakfast, Mommy?├ö├ç├û(16) That's right, my dulcet tones are available for your listening ├ö├ç├┐pleasure├ö├ç├û - but only if you email and ask me nicely.