Antonyms for caroled

Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


How lustily you caroled the chorus to hide your tender feelings!

The song he caroled was, "When Gabriel blows his horn in the mawnin'."

And they laughed and they sang an occasional songWhich they all of them caroled together.

"Hello, Gracious," she caroled amiably, laying down the sheet of paper she held in her hand and making a quick dive for Grace.

Its splendid to see you again, Jerry, caroled Marjorie, hugging her friend with bearish enthusiasm.

Feathered creatures fluttered about and twittered and caroled in the sheer joy of being alive.

Its a howling success, she caroled joyously, as she entered the candy booth.

"'Flow gently sweet Afton among thy green braes," caroled Betty.

"I do, I do," caroled Grace, tears of sheer happiness rising in her gray eyes.

"A letter," they caroled; "a letter, a l-e-t-t-e-r," dwelling on every sound with enchanting tenderness.