Give away and Sing

Give away

Give away verb - To make known (something abstract) through outward signs.

Sing and give away are semantically related. In some cases you can use "Sing" instead a verb "Give away".


Sing verb - To give information (as to the authorities) about another's improper or unlawful activities.
Usage example: once he saw the kind of jail time he was facing, the suspect was singing loud and clear to the police
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Synonyms for Sing

Give away and sing are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Give away" instead a verb "Sing".

Nearby Words: singing, singer, singe, singed, singable

Both terms in one sentence

  • Tabletop Game / Changeling: The Lost You might give the Hob the color of your eyes in exchange for seven minutes of good luck, trade away a springtime afternoon to buy the use of a Hedge Beast, or find a vendor willing to give away a Goblin Contract for a song (meaning, you can never learn or sing it again).
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