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songstress

noun as in vocalist

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In honor of her big year, here are some little-known facts about the songstress, courtesy of BuzzFeed.

The portrait, titled Amy Jade, depicts the tattooed songstress with her signature beehive hairstyle in a yellow dress.

Luckily for Gaga, Donatella must have thought it looked so perfect on the songstress that she allowed her to keep it.

New Zealand songstress Lorde just released a new music video for her excellent ballad “Team.”

That vision has nabbed her rising songstress Sky Ferreira as a new client.

Amazed at her own daring, and astonished by her unwonted power, the fair songstress started blushing from her seat.

A day or two after appeared in the city a foreign songstress who was setting the whole world mad.

One far stronger than you now holds you fast, and you must go wherever I take you, songstress as you are.

It seemed to divine beforehand that the fair-haired Swedish songstress would meet all expectations; and she passed beyond it.

Such admirable descriptions must have gone far towards reconciling those who were unable to see and hear the great songstress.

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On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to songstress, such as: caroler, chorister, singer, songster, and voice.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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