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Definition of "sings" []

  • To produce or articulate (sounds, words, a song, etc) with definite and usually specific musical intonation (verb)
  • To perform (a song) to the accompaniment (of) (verb)
  • To tell a story or tale in song (about) (verb)
  • To address a song (to) or perform a song (for) (verb)
  • To perform songs for a living, as a professional singer (verb)
  • (esp of certain birds and insects) to utter calls or sounds reminiscent of music (verb)
  • To tell (something) or give praise (to someone), esp in verse (verb)
  • To make a whining, ringing, or whistling sound (verb)
  • (of the ears) to experience a continuous ringing or humming sound (verb)
  • (esp in church services) to chant or intone (a prayer, psalm, etc) (verb)
  • To bring to a given state by singing (verb)
  • To confess or act as an informer (verb)
  • (in Aboriginal witchcraft) to bring about a person's death by incantation. The same power can sometimes be used beneficently (verb)
  • An act or performance of singing (noun)
  • A ringing or whizzing sound, as of bullets (noun)
  • Third-person singular simple present indicative form of sing. (verb)

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  • Plural form of sing. (noun)

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Use "sings" in a sentence
  • "Black Dynamite sings that one Christmas song: *sings* I’m… dreaming of a white… woman…"
  • "Shouting at the TV as Aretha Franklin sings at the Obama inauguration:"
  • "Nicole crushes it (even the photographer says “Jay just peed his pants”), Laura looks much blonder than she did at the beginning of the episode, and Erin sings a song in her head."