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trill

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sing out

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to utter words or sounds in musical tones

to give incriminating information about others, especially to the authorities

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When it was wound up, it could sing the piece the real bird sang, and moved its tail up and down, and glittered with silver and gold.
Meanwhile the bard began to sing the loves of Mars and Venus, and how they first began their intrigue in the house of Vulcan.
You must sing to me with your breast against a thorn.
Tis well sung," quoth Robin, "but, cousin, I tell thee plain, I would rather hear a stout fellow like thee sing some lusty ballad than a finicking song of flowers and birds, and what not.
You have never heard Harris sing a comic song, or you would understand the service I had rendered to mankind.
Natasha, that winter, had for the first time begun to sing seriously, mainly because Denisov so delighted in her singing.
The girl shuddered, and crouching close behind Sing hurried below.
Never did he hang back when she sat down, extended her welcoming hands to him, and invited: "Come on, Sing Song Silly.
Michael could howl, or sing, rather (because his howling was so mellow and so controlled), any air that was not beyond his register that Steward elected to sing with him.
The audience was just enthusiastic enough over it to have her return and sing a sorrowful lay, whose lines told of a mother's love and a sweetheart who waited and a young man who was lost at sea under the most harrowing circumstances.
Or perhaps "it was agreed for the sake of mirth that all present should sing in their turn.
Why, the last six Saturdays of every half we sing of course; and this is the first of them.
But wilt thou not weep, wilt thou not weep forth thy purple melancholy, then wilt thou have to SING, O my soul
The princess, hearing that Varenka had a good voice, asked her to come and sing to them in the evening.
That's one you never heard before; my father used to sing it," he told Saxon, who was glad that it was ended.