sing.


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sing.

abbr. Grammar
singular

sing.

abbreviation for
singular
Translations

sing.

abbr (=singular) → sing.

sing.

abbr of singularSing.
References in classic literature ?
There was no one to wind it up, and so it could not sing.
Kitty plays, and we have a piano, not a good one, it's true, but you will give us so much pleasure," said the princess with her affected smile, which Kitty disliked particularly just then, because she noticed that Varenka had no inclination to sing.
I said I had been to the opera in Hanover, once, and in Mannheim once, and in Munich (through my authorized agent) once, and this large experience had nearly persuaded me that the Germans PREFERRED singers who couldn't sing.
The children have also learned sign language and can sign in Makaton while they sing.
A Child's 'Thank You'; God Takes Care of me; We Thank You, God; The Happy Way; Away in a Manger; Little Baby Jesus; Silent Night; happy Christmas; The Child Jesus/Jesus, Our Friend; Helping Hands and Feet; God's Gifts; Spring Song; Easter Day; Praise Him, Praise Him; Summertime; Walking in the Sunshine; A Happy Day; Little Redbird in the Tree; Counting Song/Let's Love Each other; I Want To Be Just Like Jesus; Can't Keep Quite When I'm Singin' 'bout Jesus; and the title piece, Sing, Little Children, Sing.
When antbird couples hear recorded solos of a female, the resident male usually begins to sing.