singalong

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See also: sing along and sing-along

English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

sing +‎ along

Noun[edit]

singalong (plural singalongs)

  1. A gathering of people who sing together
    • 2017 June 26, Alexis Petridis, “Glastonbury 2017 verdict: Radiohead, Foo Fighters, Lorde, Stormzy and more”, in the Guardian[1]:
      Thom Yorke’s onstage pronouncements became less abstract and more effusive, they played the songs the less committed audience members doubtless wanted to hear in the first place: Paranoid Android, Creep, Fake Plastic Trees and Karma Police. At the end of the latter, Yorke happily led an audience singalong.

Adjective[edit]

singalong (not comparable)

  1. applied to music that is designed to allow or encourage the audience to sing along
    ABBA had a talent for writing great singalong pop songs.

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