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Synonyms for singsɪŋ

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. sing(verb)

    deliver by singing

    Synonyms:
    spill the beans, blab, babble, tattle, peach, let the cat out of the bag, blab out, babble out, whistle, talk

  2. sing(verb)

    produce tones with the voice

    Synonyms:
    spill the beans, blab, babble, tattle, peach, let the cat out of the bag, blab out, babble out, whistle, talk

  3. sing(verb)

    to make melodious sounds

    Synonyms:
    spill the beans, blab, babble, tattle, peach, let the cat out of the bag, blab out, babble out, whistle, talk

  4. whistle, sing(verb)

    make a whining, ringing, or whistling sound

    Synonyms:
    spill the beans, blab, babble, tattle, peach, let the cat out of the bag, blab out, babble out, sing, whistle, talk

  5. spill the beans, let the cat out of the bag, talk, tattle, blab, peach, babble, sing, babble out, blab out(verb)

    divulge confidential information or secrets

    Synonyms:
    verbalize, whistle, babble, twaddle, verbalise, prattle, spill, ripple, palaver, peach, tittle-tattle, maunder, utter, blather, smatter, tattle, gurgle, mouth, bubble, blab out, burble, blether, gibber, blab, talk, let the cat out of the bag, speak, guggle, blither, babble out, sing, prate, spill the beans, piffle, chatter, lecture, gabble, blabber, clack

English Synonyms and Antonyms

  1. sing

    To sing is primarily and ordinarily to utter a succession of articulate musical sounds with the human voice. The word has come to include any succession of musical sounds; we say the bird or the rivulet sings; we speak of "the singing quality" of an instrument, and by still wider extension of meaning we say the teakettle or the cricket sings. To chant is to sing in solemn and somewhat uniform cadence; chant is ordinarily applied to non-metrical religious compositions. To carol is to sing joyously, and to warble (kindred with whirl) is to sing with trills or quavers, usually also with the idea of joy. Carol and warble are especially applied to the singing of birds. To chirp is to utter a brief musical sound, perhaps often repeated in the same key, as by certain small birds, insects, etc. To chirrup is to utter a somewhat similar sound; the word is often used of a brief, sharp sound uttered as a signal to animate or rouse a horse or other animal. To hum is to utter murmuring sounds with somewhat monotonous musical cadence, usually with closed lips; we speak also of the hum of machinery, etc.

    Synonyms:
    carol, chant, chirp, chirrup, hum, warble

Dictionary of English Synonymes

  1. sing(v. n.)

    Synonyms:
    carol, chant, warble

  2. sing(v. a.)

    Synonyms:
    carol, chant, warble, hum, hymn, celebrate in song

PPDB, the paraphrase database

List of paraphrases:

singing, sings, chante, singh, shing, blowthem, blackmail, exalt, star, hsing


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