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noun as in singer

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Champagne is uncorked, cigars are lit and the troubadours spill out of the house.

More lighthearted than Game of Thrones—there’s a singing troubadour as comic sidekick in many scenes—The Witcher got mixed reviews, but each episode gets stronger as the season progresses, and ultimately satisfies the fantasy itch.

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This new musical reaffirms their status as troubadours of the pandemic, a distinction underlined last fall, when their “Keep Going Song” went viral on YouTube.

He is also the author of Mellencamp: American Troubadour (forthcoming, University Press of Kentucky).

Llewyn Davis is a troubadour and vagabond, one who happens to be in grief.

The band is now touring Britain, after playing at the Troubadour in London and releasing their second CD.

But he had neither the gentle troubadour's art, as the knights of Provence, nor the deeper lore of the Spaniard.

This ragged, beard-begrown troubadour, the graceful, elegant Caillette of Francis' court?

Manrico a very robust type of Troubadour—but oughtn't a Troubadour to carry about a guitar, or a lute, or something?

It is fortunate for you, sir, that the Duchess Joan wears her hair short, like a Northman or a bantling troubadour.

But he sees this Troubadour has put his poor old nose out of joint for him.


On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to troubadour, such as: crooner, minstrel, songwriter, accompanist, artist, and balladeer.

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