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1. song

noun. ['ˈsɔŋ'] a short musical composition with words.

Synonyms

  • barcarolle
  • vocal
  • piece of music
  • aria
  • refrain
  • cradlesong
  • lay
  • requiem
  • words
  • coronach
  • drinking song
  • musical composition
  • piece
  • opus
  • anthem
  • oldie
  • prothalamion
  • chorus
  • folk song
  • ditty
  • lyric
  • love-song
  • threnody
  • torch song
  • folksong
  • lullaby
  • banquet song
  • lied
  • scolion
  • love song
  • prothalamium
  • folk ballad
  • roundelay
  • language
  • partsong
  • work song
  • berceuse
  • serenade
  • lament
  • golden oldie
  • composition
  • religious song
  • barcarole
  • ballad

Antonyms

  • disjoin
  • black
  • white
  • break

Etymology

  • sang (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

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Rhymes with Folk Song

  • vietcong
  • guangdong
  • yearlong
  • xudong
  • see-kiong
  • prolong
  • lifelong
  • hong-kong
  • drepung
  • zedong
  • yuzong
  • xuedong
  • strong
  • sprong
  • pudong
  • hmong
  • delong
  • dejongh
  • dejonge
  • dejong
  • belong
  • vuong
  • truong
  • throng
  • stong
  • spong
  • sarong
  • quang
  • prong
  • phuong

Sentences with folk-song


1. Noun Phrase
Many believe that Kalinka-Malinka is a Russian folk song and dance with peasant beginnings.

2. Noun Phrase
Today, the ballad is a popular folk song more known for storytelling and musical accompaniment than dancing.

3. Noun Phrase
Teach children folk songs that have accompanying body actions.

4. Noun Phrase
Teach them verse/chorus structure using a classic American popular or folk song.

2. folk

noun. ['ˈfoʊk'] people in general (often used in the plural).

Synonyms

  • riffraff
  • pleb
  • common people
  • home folk
  • ragtag and bobtail
  • people
  • folks
  • countryfolk
  • rabble
  • country people
  • ragtag
  • plebeian
  • grass roots

Antonyms

  • ascent
  • crossbred
  • purebred
  • ending

3. song

noun. ['ˈsɔŋ'] a distinctive or characteristic sound.

Antonyms

  • natural language

Etymology

  • sang (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

4. song

noun. ['ˈsɔŋ'] the act of singing.

Synonyms

  • carol
  • lullaby
  • strain
  • vocal music

Antonyms

  • soft
  • act
  • consume
  • disarrange

Etymology

  • sang (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

5. folk

noun. ['ˈfoʊk'] people descended from a common ancestor.

Synonyms

  • descent
  • lineage
  • homefolk
  • blood line
  • house
  • ancestry
  • gens
  • blood
  • bloodline
  • kinfolk
  • stemma
  • origin
  • dynasty
  • pedigree
  • family
  • kinsfolk
  • family line
  • line of descent
  • people
  • parentage
  • sept
  • line
  • name
  • phratry

Antonyms

  • child
  • parent
  • rich people
  • poor people

6. folk

noun. ['ˈfoʊk'] a social division of (usually preliterate) people.

Synonyms

  • phyle
  • social group
  • moiety

Antonyms

  • brave
  • rich
  • uninitiate
  • living

7. song

noun. ['ˈsɔŋ'] the characteristic sound produced by a bird.

Synonyms

  • birdcall
  • animal communication
  • two-note call
  • call
  • birdsong

Antonyms

  • stand
  • sit
  • sacred
  • professional

Etymology

  • sang (Old English (ca. 450-1100))

8. Song

noun. the imperial dynasty of China from 960 to 1279; noted for art and literature and philosophy.

Synonyms

  • Sung
  • Sung dynasty
  • Song dynasty

9. folk

noun. ['ˈfoʊk'] the traditional and typically anonymous music that is an expression of the life of people in a community.

Synonyms

  • gospel singing
  • popular music
  • ethnic music
  • folksong
  • folk music
  • schottische
  • square-dance music
  • C and W
  • popular music genre
  • folk song
  • gospel
  • country music
  • country and western

Antonyms

  • overstock
  • understock
  • irregular
  • disrepute

10. song

noun. ['ˈsɔŋ'] a very small sum.

Synonyms

  • steal
  • buy

Antonyms

  • cheer
  • demobilize
  • cause to sleep

Etymology

  • sang (Old English (ca. 450-1100))
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