Mouth and Sing


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Mouth verb – To distort one's face.
Sing and mouth are semantically related. In some cases you can replace term "Sing" with "Mouth", this verbs are similar.
Nearby Words: mouthed, mouthing, mouthful, mouthpiece, mouthy
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Sing verb – Produce tones with the voice.
Usage example: My brother sings very well

Mouth and sing are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Mouth" instead a verb "Sing".
Nearby Words: singing, singer, singe, singed, singable
Synonyms for Sing

Common collocations

time mouth time sing time
words mouth words sing words
lines mouth lines sing lines

Both words in one sentence

  • Blood from the Mouth Rome. Atia orders the slave girl who's bringing her soup to sing for her, but everyone is puzzled when she starts bleeding from the mouth while doing so.
  • Film / Lemonade Mouth Establishing Character Moment: the scene where the kids sing "Turn Up the Music" neatly defines the members of Lemonade Mouth and their personalities.
  • This trailer for a Grease re-release with sing-along subtitles for the musical numbers digitally removes a cigarette from John Travolta's mouth, and now, instead of "cream", "the chicks'll scream".
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