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vo·cal·ist

 (vō′kə-lĭst)
n.
A singer.

vocalist

(ˈvəʊkəlɪst)
n
(Music, other) a singer, esp one who regularly appears with a jazz band or pop group

vo•cal•ist

(ˈvoʊ kə lɪst)

n.
a singer.
[1605–15]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.vocalist - a person who singsvocalist - a person who sings      
alto - a singer whose voice lies in the alto clef
baritone, barytone - a male singer
basso, bass - an adult male singer with the lowest voice
canary - a female singer
caroler, caroller - a singer of carols
castrato - a male singer who was castrated before puberty and retains a soprano or alto voice
chorister - a singer in a choir
contralto - a woman singer having a contralto voice
balladeer, crooner - a singer of popular ballads
folk singer, jongleur, minstrel, poet-singer, troubadour - a singer of folk songs
hummer - a singer who produces a tune without opening the lips or forming words
lieder singer - a singer of lieder
madrigalist - a singer of madrigals
instrumentalist, musician, player - someone who plays a musical instrument (as a profession)
opera star, operatic star - singer of lead role in an opera
rapper - someone who performs rap music
rock star - a famous singer of rock music
songster - a person who sings
soprano - a female singer
tenor - an adult male with a tenor voice
thrush - a woman who sings popular songs
torch singer - a singer (usually a woman) who specializes in singing torch songs
voice - (metonymy) a singer; "he wanted to hear trained voices sing it"
warbler - a singer; usually a singer who adds embellishments to the song
yodeller - a singer who changes register rapidly (popular is Swiss folk songs)

vocalist

noun singer, soloist, crooner, chanteuse (fem.), songster or songstress the band's lead vocalist

vocalist

noun
A person who sings:
Translations
مُغَنِّ، مُنْشِد
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sanger
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söngvari

vocalist

[ˈvəʊkəlɪst] N (in cabaret) → vocalista mf; (in pop group) → cantante mf

vocalist

[ˈvəʊkəlɪst] nchanteur/euse m/f

vocalist

nSänger(in) m(f)

vocalist

[ˈvəʊkəlɪst] ncantante m/f (in un gruppo)

vocal

(ˈvəukəl) adjective
1. of, or concerning, the voice. vocal music.
2. (of a person) talkative; keen to make one's opinions heard by other people. He's always very vocal at meetings.
voˈcally adverb
ˈvocalist noun
a singer. a female vocalist.
vocal cords
folds of membrane in the larynx that produce the sounds used in speech, singing etc when vibrated.
References in classic literature ?
Nature, in these climes, chooses her vocalists from more humble performers than in Europe.
The young men, therefore, had reason to consider themselves fortunate in having the opportunity of hearing one of the best works by the composer of "Lucia di Lammermoor," supported by three of the most renowned vocalists of Italy.
Policeman at last finds it necessary to support the law and seize a vocalist, who is released upon the flight of the rest on condition of his getting out of this then, come, and cutting it--a condition he immediately observes.
The coroner is to sit in the first-floor room at the Sol's Arms, where the Harmonic Meetings take place twice a week and where the chair is filled by a gentleman of professional celebrity, faced by Little Swills, the comic vocalist, who hopes
Boy put aside, to the great edification of the audience, especially of Little Swills, the comic vocalist.
My youn g vocalist (Miss Hoighty) told the doctor exactly what had happened; and the doctor in her presence repeated the statement to your husband.
To which that vocalist returned, 'I thank you, honoured sir, I am all the better for seeing your honour.
I was no vocalist myself, and, in his fastidious judgment, no musician, either; but I delighted in listening when the performance was good.
The 16th Sufi Music Festival culminated after having active participation of renowned musical groups, vocalists and a large number of Sufi music lovers, here at Al-Hamra Cultural Complex on Sunday.
Petrucci will spend three days working with the top vocalists in the state under the direction of Josephine Lee, conductor of the Chicago Children's Chorus.
With a variety of instrumentation encompassing sax, flute, guitar, keys, bass, drums, and percussion, including five male and three female vocalists and dancers, Band X has solidly become "the" entertainment band of choice for small to high-profile events in the Southeast and across the US.
Generator, the UK's leading music development agency, is on the lookout for the best emerging vocalists, MCs and rappers to take part in its VOX programme.