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  • as insing
  • as inwarble
  • as inwarble
  • as inyodel
  • as inchant
  • as inharmonize

synonyms for caroling

  • belt out
  • chant
  • croon
  • hum
  • intone
  • serenade
  • shout
  • wait
  • warble
  • whistle
  • buzz
  • cantillate
  • carol
  • chirp
  • choir
  • descant
  • groan
  • harmonize
  • hymn
  • mouth
  • pipe
  • purr
  • resound
  • roar
  • singsong
  • solo
  • trill
  • troll
  • tune
  • vocalize
  • whine
  • yodel
  • burst into song
  • canary
  • duet
  • lift up a voice
  • line out
  • lullaby
  • make melody
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antonyms for caroling

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  • be quiet
          • conceal
          • differ
          • disagree
          • disarrange
          • disconnect
          • disorder
          • disorganize
          • disperse
          • dispute
          • disturb
          • divide
          • oppose
          • refuse
          • scatter
          • separate
          • clash
          • fight
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          How to use caroling in a sentence

          The Muppet Christmas Carol one didn’t have eyes and was gray with lines.
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          Eliza and I sat down to talk about just what makes A Christmas Carol so timeless and what makes an adaptation of the story successful.
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          Christmas carols can draw out good memories, or remind someone of the people who are no longer here.
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          Still, like Scrooge in a Christmas Carol, those advertisers are drawn to the cheaper option.
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          Carol had never had any trouble getting her services in Washington state, where they’d lived.
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          Almost instantly the birds of the forest darted hither and thither, caroling forth in gladsome strains.
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          The rippling golden tones made me think of the caroling of birds on a spring morning.
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          Birds were caroling all sorts of joyous tunes and the tree twigs were gaily dancing.
          A MODERN CINDERELLAAMANDA M. DOUGLAS
          One young Indian woman was also frolicking among them, tossing an infant in her arms, caroling and playing with it.
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          At the same moment, advancing towards them came the sound of Rachel's voice caroling an old English song.
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