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belt something out

Definition of belt something out in English:

Sing or play a song loudly and forcefully: she belted out classics for half an hour
More example sentences
  • The first few odd-shaped pop-rock-country songs are belted out with a large amount of energy, capturing the melodies of the original recordings but adding a dirtier, rockier feel.
  • I could hear my heart pounding in my chest as he picked the song back up, belting it out and earning the cheering that he used to draw so easily.
  • We somehow knew all of the words to all of the songs, and we belted them out at the top of our lungs until Jessica yelled at us to save our voices.
Synonyms
sing loudly, carol, trill, yodel;
perform, render
rare troll
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