Definition of singalong in English:


Line breaks: sing|along
Pronunciation: /ˈsɪŋəlɒŋ


1An informal occasion when people sing together in a group: the party got off to a resounding start with a singalong a cheery pub singalong
More example sentences
  • With ushers - that endangered species - showing them to their seats, organ recitals and the occasional singalong, cinemas were not always places of reverent hush.
  • Wednesday is time for a singalong with musical tots from 11 am to noon, which is for pre-schoolers and their parents.
  • Spontaneous pub singalongs will NOT be licensable.
1.1 [usually as modifier] A light popular song or tune to which one can easily sing along in accompaniment: an album featuring simple, singalong tunes
More example sentences
  • If shiny fixed grins and singalong tunes aren't your cup of tea, give this a wide berth.
  • Addinsell riffs on a soldiers' singalong song called Hold Your Hat On (Toodle Oodle-oo).
  • Although past their commercial peak, The Charlatans almost always put on a good show with a great mix of classic singalong songs and funky beats.

Definition of singalong in:

Get more from Oxford Dictionaries

Subscribe to remove ads and access premium resources

Word of the day rebuff
Pronunciation: rəˈbəf
reject (someone or something) in an abrupt manner…