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Some women — and I won’t say all, but I think it is closer to all than none — have heard their own first names called out in this singsong tone.
The clerk of the court cleared his throat and called out something in incomprehensible singsong.
THROUGH THE WALLCLEVELAND MOFFETT
He had a singsong way of "getting it off," at the same time beating time with his hands on either side of his plate.
LINCOLNIANAANDREW ADDERUP
A crackling of noise with a singsong rhythm, the volume of which, low at first, arose to a drone filled the cabin.
THE TIME TRADERSANDRE NORTON
"You are very kind to call on us, Mr. Colburne," said the silver voice with a musical accent which almost amounted to a singsong.
The singsong verses had almost the dignity of lyric expression, of the essence of familiarity with that which is unknown.
CHRISTMASZONA GALE
The singsong voice of the caller and the occasional whoop of a cowboy punctuated the medley of noises.
OH, YOU TEX!WILLIAM MACLEOD RAINE
Singsong, sing′song, n. bad singing: drawling: a convivial meeting where every one must sing.
Several hundred passengers gathered round and settled into a singsong.
Then another sentence is read, which the pupils likewise shout in a singsong voice, while their bodies sway to and fro.

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