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And the singers lifted up their voices, and in the great house the sound of sweet melody was increased.
Then in the large parish churches the quartet of singers in the west gallery where the organ was placed had been abolished.
Warton calmly observes: 'there is not a syllable of these songs and singers of Lorraine in the French.'
The night at last had imposed herself on the singers, and they had sunk down to sleep under the mantle of her silence.
BELLA DONNAROBERT HICHENS
Madame do Rego has an admirable voice, and there were several good singers and players on the piano.
The actors are very bad as such, and little better as singers; but the orchestra is very tolerable.
Although none of the singers were remarkable, yet no individual artist marred the ensemble.
Sweet Singers from the South, who, according to the program, would introduce sentimental favorites.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
At St. Wilfrid's there is a choir which can't be excelled by any provincial body of singers in the kingdom.
Nearly three of the members of the choir are really good singers; the remainder are what may be termed only moderate.

WORD OF THE DAY

oligopolynoun | [ol-i-gop-uh-lee ]SEE DEFINITION