chant[ chant, chahnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF chant
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CHANT
Then, if you like, we can chant confidences in an antiphonal chorus.
And then all the voices, the thousands of voices, began the chant of adoration and gratitude.
You ought to hear Angie and the rest of 'em chant hymns of glory about him.
That doleful wailing song of hers was the first chant of madness.
At last he began to chant the death-song, which he had learned from the older braves.
Low at first, then louder and louder came the rattling cacophony of their chant.
He began to chant, unconscious as a harp through which strikes a strong wind.
Then she began to skip around her companion and chant, "I know a secret, I know a secret."
"That's enough of that," ordered Brennan, and Benton's chant stopped.
And at the end of what seemed to be a versicle of his chant he called Bluebeard.
MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CHANT
- broken record
- comment on
- flap one's tongue
- give voice to
- run on
- spill the beans
- talk one's leg off
- tell all