Carol and Sing

Carol

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Carol verb – To produce musical sounds with the voice.
Usage example: she caroled with glee when she heard the good news

Sing is a synonym for carol in vocalise topic. In some cases you can use "Sing" instead a verb "Carol", when it comes to topics like sounds. popular alternative
Nearby Words: caroling, caroline, Carole, Caroll, carolee
Synonyms for Carol

Sing

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Sing verb – To produce musical sounds with the voice.
Usage example: it's relatively rare to find actors who can also sing well

Carol is a synonym for sing in music topic. You can use "Carol" instead a verb "Sing", if it concerns topics such as vocalise, chant, croon, sounds. popular alternative
Nearby Words: singing, singer, singe, singed, singable
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times carol times sing times

Both words in one sentence

  • Screaming Birth Afterwards, calm resumes, and the gang even sing a Christmas carol to the suspiciously large newborn baby.
  • Christmas Carolers Later, at the end of the episode, they sing an actual Christmas carol with slightly different lyrics: "Angels we have heard are high / softly sipping old champagne..."
  • Western Animation / The Flight Before Christmas They even sing a Christmas carol during the end credits.
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