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1. singer

noun. ['ˈsɪŋɝ'] a person who sings.

Synonyms

  • folk singer
  • hummer
  • crooner
  • troubadour
  • thrush
  • vocalizer
  • tenor
  • basso
  • voice
  • songster
  • rapper
  • madrigalist
  • canary
  • caroler
  • yodeller
  • jongleur
  • barytone
  • warbler
  • musician
  • alto
  • vocalist
  • lieder singer
  • baritone
  • caroller
  • castrato
  • contralto
  • opera star
  • poet-singer
  • operatic star
  • soprano
  • torch singer
  • rock star
  • player
  • chorister
  • minstrel
  • bass
  • instrumentalist
  • vocaliser

Antonyms

  • devoice
  • passive voice
  • active voice
  • silence

Etymology

  • -er (English)
  • -er (Middle English (1100-1500))
  • singe (English)
  • sengen (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Rhymes with Singer

  • left-winger
  • right-winger
  • stringer
  • springer
  • swinger
  • stinger
  • slinger
  • schwinger
  • klinger
  • clinger
  • zinger
  • yinger
  • wringer
  • winger
  • ringer
  • minger
  • linger
  • dinger
  • binger

Sentences with singer


1. Noun, singular or mass
It is known as the solo drum and the lead singer of the three-part conga drum set-up.

Quotes about singer


1. The ability to make somebody feel something: that's art. However you look at it, whether you're an author, a painter, a singer, a rapper, a spoken-word artist - art.
- Wale

2. I'm not just a big-haired redhead country singer who dresses flamboyantly, has this wicked sense of humor and wears rhinestones.
- Naomi Judd

3. I used to date the lead singer of The Cranberries, but she cheated on me. Turns out she had some turkey on the side.
- Jarod Kintz, It Occurred to Me

2. poet-singer

noun. a singer of folk songs.

Synonyms

  • troubadour
  • jongleur
  • minstrel
  • vocalizer
  • vocalist
  • vocaliser
  • singer

3. Singer

noun. United States inventor of an improved chain-stitch sewing machine (1811-1875).

Synonyms

  • Isaac Merrit Singer

4. Singer

noun. United States writer (born in Poland) of Yiddish stories and novels (1904-1991).

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