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Use "hunh" in a sentence
"News at Eleven: The eight poems from Elizabeth Bishop, for example, start with two of the “Songs for a Colored Singer”, which turn up the volume of what follows; and Emily Dickinson takes on a blues rhythm, the dashes of her punctuation becoming a kind of hunh:"
"Bassist Stephen Hanley takes it to the bridge, guitarist Craig Scanlon paints the lines in the toll lane with shards of noise, and Smith stands in the middle of the road hollering at passersby, replacing Brown's deep-gut "hunh" with a nasal "ah" - a rhythmic device that allows him to ensnare any word in his metered grasp."
"'Unh, hunh! more'n once when I took a doze at the steering-oar."