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sing British & World English

Make musical sounds with the voice, especially words with a set tune

sing English Thesaurus

Miguelito began to sing a traditional Spanish folk song

play scales British & World English

Perform the notes of a scale as an exercise for the fingers or voice

Sing Sing British & World English

A New York State prison, built in 1825-8 at Ossining village on the Hudson River and formerly notorious for its severe discipline

sing-jay British & World English

A DJ who raps and sings as part of their performance

sing-song British & World English

(Of a person’s voice) having a repeated rising and falling rhythm

sing-song English Thesaurus

he began to recite in a sing-song voice

sight-sing British & World English

Sing (music) at sight, without preparation

sing-through British & World English

An initial rehearsal of an opera or musical at which performers sing their parts from printed musical scores

sing along in sing British & World English

Sing in accompaniment to a song or piece of music

sing the praises of British & World English

Express enthusiastic approval or admiration of

sing a different tune British & World English

Change one’s opinion about or attitude towards someone or something

sing someone to sleep British & World English

Cause someone to fall asleep by singing gently to them

sing for one's supper British & World English

Earn a favour or benefit by providing a service in return

sing something out in sing British & World English

Call something out loudly

sing in the new year British & World English

Celebrate the new year (or the end of the previous year) with singing

sing from the same hymn sheet British & World English

Present a united front in public by not disagreeing with one another

play scales in scale3 British & World English

Perform the notes of a scale as an exercise for the fingers or voice

outsing British & World English

Sing better or louder than (someone else)

singalong British & World English

An informal occasion when people sing together in a group

sing-songs in sing-song British & World English

Speak or recite something in a sing-song manner

sing-songed in sing-song British & World English

Speak or recite something in a sing-song manner

sing-songing in sing-song British & World English

Speak or recite something in a sing-song manner

sing someone to sleep in sing British & World English

Cause someone to fall asleep by singing gently to them

sing the praises of in praise British & World English

Express enthusiastic approval or admiration of

sing for one's supper in supper British & World English

Earn a favour or benefit by providing a service in return

sing a different tune in sing British & World English

Change one’s opinion about or attitude towards someone or something

sing in the new year in sing British & World English

Celebrate the new year (or the end of the previous year) with singing

sing from the same hymn sheet in sing British & World English

Present a united front in public by not disagreeing with one another

sing a different tune or song in sing British & World English

Change one’s opinion about or attitude towards someone or something

sing in or out the new or old year in sing British & World English

Celebrate the new year (or the end of the previous year) with singing

sing from the same hymn or song sheet in sing British & World English

Present a united front in public by not disagreeing with one another


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