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1. Verse characterized by mechanical regularity of rhythm and rhyme.
2. A tediously repetitive rising and falling inflection of the voice.
Tediously repetitive in vocal inflection or rhythm.
1. (Linguistics) an accent, metre, or intonation that is characterized by an alternately rising and falling rhythm, as in a person's voice, piece of verse, etc
2. (Music, other) Brit an informal session of singing, esp of popular or traditional songs
having a regular or monotonous rising and falling rhythm: a singsong accent.
1. a monotonous, rhythmical rising and falling in pitch of the voice when speaking.
2. verse, or a piece of verse, that is monotonously jingly in rhythm and pattern of pitch.
3. Brit. a session of informal group singing; sing.adj.
4. monotonous in rhythm and in pitch.
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|Noun||1.||singsong - a regular and monotonous rising and falling intonation|
|2.||singsong - informal group singing of popular songs|
|Verb||1.||singsong - speak, chant, or declaim in a singsong|
|2.||singsong - move as if accompanied by a singsong; "The porters singsonged the travellers' luggage up the mountain"|
|Adj.||1.||singsong - uttered in a monotonous cadence or rhythm as in chanting; "their chantlike intoned prayers"; "a singsong manner of speaking"|