choirgirl


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choir·girl

 (kwīr′gûrl′)
n.
A girl who is a member of a choir.

choirgirl

(ˈkwaɪəɡɜːl)
n
(Music, other) a girl who sings in a church choir
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Amanda Holden made Holly "look like a choirgirl" in comparison, Piers noted, adding that his Good Morning Britain co-host Susanna Reid had accompanied him on "two or three of the best benders I've had in my life."
Slabs of text from medicine packets and abortion clinic leaflets add to a sense of overwhelming variousness of historical and literary experience -- a pack of cards threatening to bury would-be writer Alice, who is "starting to consider really rather seriously whether former choirgirl from Massachusetts might be capable of conjuring the consciousness of a Muslim man".
Teo went from a quiet, unassuming choirgirl to becoming a renowned strawweight martial arts prospect with an impressive record of 7-0.
Choirgirl to classic record breaker Born in south Wales, Katherine started singing in the St David's Church choir, Neath, when she was four.
They kick off with a musical mash-up, then go head to head in a series of knockout challenges, where they must impress choirmaster Gareth Malone and choirgirl turned R&B star Kelis.
To progress, and be in with a chance of winning the PS50,000 cash prize, the groups must impress the panel of musical judges - the nation's favourite choirmaster Gareth Malone, former choirgirl turned international recording artist Kelis and the first of the show's superstar guest judges, singer songwriter Bebe Rexha.
ATALENTED Newcastle choirgirl has been chosen to represent Newcastle at a landmark concert in St Paul's Cathedral.
The Californian choirgirl with a love of The Beach Boys and The Carpenters found herself in a room with the Alabama rocker who liked nothing more than to holler his favourite AC/DC rock anthems.
It helped give her confidence in the power of her voice...and put the young choirgirl on the road to fame.
Confident choirgirl Isabel Suckling gave a delightful performance.