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Verb
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sang, past tense; sings, 3rd person singular present; sung, past participle; singing, present participle;
  1. Make musical sounds with the voice, esp. words with a set tune
    • - Bella sang to the baby
  2. Perform (a song, words, or tune) in this way
    • - someone started singing “God Bless America”
    • - the singing of hymns in Latin
  3. Sing in accompaniment to a song or piece of music

  4. Call something out loudly; shout
    • - he sang out a greeting
  5. (of a bird) Make characteristic melodious whistling and twittering sounds
    • - the birds were singing in the chestnut trees
  6. Make a high-pitched whistling or buzzing sound
    • - the kettle was beginning to sing
  7. (of a person's ear) Be affected with a continuous buzzing sound, esp. as the aftereffect of a blow or loud noise
    • - a stinging slap that made my ear sing
  8. Act as an informer to the police
    • - as soon as he got put under pressure, he sang like a canary
  9. Recount or celebrate in a work of literature, esp. poetry
    • - poetry should sing the strangeness and variety of the human race
    • - these poets sing of the North American experience
  10. Compose poetry

Noun
  1. An act or spell of singing

  2. A meeting for amateur singing


  1. deliver by singing; "Sing Christmas carols"
  2. produce tones with the voice; "She was singing while she was cooking"; "My brother sings very well"
  3. to make melodious sounds; "The nightingale was singing"
  4. whistle: make a whining, ringing, or whistling sound; "the kettle was singing"; "the bullet sang past his ear"
  5. spill the beans: divulge confidential information or secrets; "Be careful--his secretary talks"
  6. (singer) a person who sings
  7. SING! is an annual student-run musical production put on by some high schools in the Greater New York City area. It is a theater competition between the various grades, with the setup between grades differing from school to school (such as sophomore-freshman vs. seniors vs. ...
  8. Sing! is a 2001 short documentary film directed by Freida Lee Mock. It was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Documentary Short.
  9. Sing is a 1989 film, starring Lorraine Bracco, Peter Dobson and Jessica Steen. The movie is about a fictional New York City SING! production. Supporting cast includes Louise Lasser, George DiCenzo, Patti Labelle, Yank Azman and Cuba Gooding, Jr.
  10. Sing is the fifth album and first studio album of the Abundant Life Church in Bradford.
  11. Leisure is the debut album by English alternative rock band Blur. The album was released on 26 August 1991 in the United Kingdom, and peaked at #7 in the UK Albums Chart. It was released in the US a month later with a different track listing. The album was certified Gold in the UK.
  12. Sing (If You Want It) is the sixth album by British neo-soul singer Omar, released in April 2006 on Omar's own Ether label. ...
  13. A gathering for the purpose of singing songs; To produce harmonious sounds with one’s voice; To express audibly by means of a harmonious vocalization; To confess under interrogation
  14. (singly) In a single or unaccompanied manner; without a companion; Individually; particularly; severally; Without partners, companions, or associates; single-handed; Honestly; sincerely; simply; Singularly; peculiarly
  15. (SED) surface-conduction electron-emitter display; spectral energy distribution
  16. (sed) A noninteractive text editor (originally developed in Unix), intended for making systematic edits in an automatic or batch-oriented way; To edit a file or stream of text using sed
  17. (Singer) A performer who uses their voice or vocal chords to produce musical tones.
  18. (Singer) Star uses twitter to quit smoking
  19. (Singer) a type of traditional American Indian healer who is able to practice singing as a form of treating a health problem.
  20. (singing) (1) An undesired, self-sustaining whistle or howl in an amplified telephone circuit. (2) An occurrence when the sum of the repeater gains exceeds the sum of the circuit losses.
  21. (SINGING) Expressing your inner feelings; being in tune with life / Tired routines or excuses (singing the same old song); 'off-key' remarks
  22. (SINGING) praise to God, or to the enemy, depending on the language of the song
  23. (Singing) Jim has a rule against callers who phone in and either sing their call or use poetry to convey their message. These callers are usually “run” and then “BLOCKED,” necessitating the purchase of a new ten dollar throw-away phone. ...
  24. (Singing) Kategorie bei Barbershop-Wettbewerben: Judging category in barbershop contests. The singing quality.. Is evaluated by »BinG! and by »SPEBSQSA
  25. (Singing) Music made without an instrument using only the voice, used by choirs which may sing with a band in concerts and sometimes used in marching shows.