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I see myself a singer of simple songs, a laureate of the under-dog.

But why did you never tell me your sister was such an awful swell of a singer?

It was no wonder, especially when he saw who the singer was, that he should lose his temper.

It is not every singer that could keep Time with his voice and instrument, for a whole evening.

If the singer isn't celebrated, just say that she shows promise of development!

Run back, Uncas, and bring me the size of the singer's foot.

You heard what the singer said, as he left us: 'She is at hand, and expects you'?

Now, the singer was beginning to be footsore and leg-weary, as is plain by his trail.

The singer did as he was ordered, and Uncas found his limbs released.

It spoke only of the song, yet the listener thought of the singer.

WORD ORIGIN

early 14c. (mid-13c. as a surname), agent noun from sing (v.). Old English had songer "psalm-writer," sangere "singer, poet" (also cf. songster).

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