chantable

chantable

(ˈtʃɑːntəbəl)
adj
able to be chanted or sung
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The National Center for Chantable Statistics, a primary source of data on these organizations, collects information reported on the IRS Form 990 filed by these organizations.
111) insists that poems, for the sake of circulation, "should be written in a way that is chantable and easy for memorization," otherwise they will not win popularity easily.
Ziolkowski believes that neumators included neumes as a way to enhance the value of their texts, like rubrication, glossing, or illumination: "In those centuries when Latinity and cantillation went hand in hand, making at least parts of the classics chantable or singable would have endowed them with added value" (57).
The repeal of the federal estate tax, or significant reform, could have a devastating effect on chantable giving, predicts the Congressional Budget Office.
The multi-millionaire in question is Thailand's prime minister, Thaksin Shinawatra -not a readily chantable name -a man who has no particular interest in Liverpool.
His chants have the wit and energy to make them eminently chantable, but they also have a distinctive ingenuity.
Birch rapped, then the excellent backing vocalists kicked in with the hooky, chantable chorus.
Beyond chantable rhymed couplets and whimsical drawings, Madeline's longevity must be traced to its uncanny grasp of the inner life of children.
The multi- millionaire in question is Thailand's primeminister,Thaksin Shinawatra -not a readily chantable name -a man who has no particular interest in Liverpool.