Associations to the word «Singing»

Pictures for the word «Singing»

Wiktionary

SINGING, noun. The act of using the voice to produce musical sounds; vocalizing.
SINGING, noun. (informal) Disclosing information, or giving evidence about another.
SINGING, noun. (US) A gathering for the purpose of singing shape note songs.
SINGING, adjective. (music) Smooth and flowing.
SINGING, adjective. (of a kettle etc.) Producing a whistling sound due to the escape of steam.
SINGING, verb. Present participle of sing
SINGING ALONG, verb. Present participle of sing along
SINGING BOWL, noun. A type of bronze bell, shaped like a bowl, related to Buddhist and pre-Buddhist religious practice.
SINGING COWBOY, noun. (singing) A cowboy who sings.
SINGING COWBOY, noun. (music genre) A subgenre of country music and western music honoring the cowboy life and the West.
SINGING COWBOYS, noun. Plural of singing cowboy
SINGING FISH, noun. A California toadfish (Porichthys porosissimus).
SINGING FLAME, noun. A flame, as of hydrogen or coal gas, burning within a tube and so adjusted as to set the air within the tube in vibration, causing sound; a chemical harmonicon.
SINGING FROM THE SAME HYMNBOOK, verb. Present participle of sing from the same hymnbook
SINGING SOPRANO, adjective. (idiomatic) (euphemistic) (of a man) Castrated or injured in the testicles.
SINGING SOPRANO, adverb. (idiomatic) (euphemistic) (of a man) In the manner of man who has been castrated or injured in the testicles.
SINGING SOPRANO, verb. Present participle of sing soprano
SINGING TELEGRAM, noun. A message delivered by an artist in a musical form.
SINGING VOICE, noun. (singing) A person's voice when singing.
SINGING VOICES, noun. Plural of singing voice

Dictionary definition

SINGING, noun. The act of singing vocal music.
SINGING, noun. Disclosing information or giving evidence about another.
SINGING, adjective. Smooth and flowing.

Wise words

Every day we should hear at least one little song, read one good poem, see one exquisite picture, and, if possible, speak a few sensible words.
Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe