verse, or a piece of verse, that is monotonously jingly in rhythm and pattern of pitch.
monotonous rhythmical cadence, tone, or sound.
British. an unrehearsed singing of well-known songs by an audience or other informal, untrained group; a community sing.
monotonous in rhythm and in pitch.
an accent, metre, or intonation that is characterized by an alternately rising and falling rhythm, as in a person’s voice, piece of verse, etc
(Brit) an informal session of singing, esp of popular or traditional songs
having a regular or monotonous rising and falling rhythm: a singsong accent
noun 1. a German opera, especially of the 18th century, using spoken dialogue and resembling ballad opera. noun 1. a type of comic opera in German with spoken dialogue, popular during the late 18th and early 19th centuries
adjective 1. extraordinary; remarkable; exceptional: a singular success. 2. unusual or strange; odd; different: singular behavior. 3. being the only one of its kind; distinctive; unique: a singular example. 4. separate; individual. 5. Grammar. noting or pertaining to a member of the category of number found in many languages that indicates that a word form […]
noun, plural singularities for 2–4. 1. the state, fact, or quality of being singular. 2. a singular, unusual, or unique quality; peculiarity. 3. Mathematics. singular point. 4. Astronomy. (in general relativity) the mathematical representation of a black hole. noun (pl) -ties 1. the state, fact, or quality of being singular 2. something distinguishing a person […]
verb (used with object), singularized, singularizing. 1. to make singular. verb (transitive) 1. to make (a word, etc) singular 2. to make conspicuous