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Synonyms for singer

vocalist

Synonyms for singer

a person who sings

Synonyms for singer

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He recommended her to study with him for six years, assuring her that at the end of that period--if she followed his directions--she should be the greatest singer in the world.
She made wonderful progress and those who heard her prophesied that she would be the greatest singer in the world.
said Don Quixote, "for being musicians and singers are people sent to the galleys too?
He went to live with the Meat-Eaters and to be a singer of songs to the king.
As a final effort, the singer rendered some verses which described a vision of Britain being annihilated by America, and Ireland bursting her bonds.
A CERTAIN rich man reared a Goose and a Swan, the one for his table, the other because she was reputed a good singer.
I can live, and live respectably, as a concert singer.
With these words Zarathustra started up, not however like a person in anguish seeking relief, but rather like a seer and a singer whom the spirit inspireth.
Thereupon Neil sheered off; and the chief singer in our boat struck into a melancholy air, which was presently taken up both by the emigrants and their friends upon the beach, so that it sounded from all sides like a lament for the dying.
A celebrated singer was singing for the second time, and all the fashionable world was in the theater.
As Jasper watched the pretty lips, and ever and again hinted the one note, as though it were a low whisper from himself, the voice became less steady, until all at once the singer broke into a burst of tears, and shrieked out, with her hands over her eyes: 'I can't bear this
All this time the Queen had never left off staring at the Hatter, and, just as the Dormouse crossed the court, she said to one of the officers of the court, `Bring me the list of the singers in the last concert
Subtly connecting the arts, they were at once painters and poets, musicians and singers.
All the school- children, the singers and the firemen walked on the sidewalks, while in the middle of the street came first the custodian of the church with his halberd, then the beadle with a large cross, the teacher in charge of the boys and a sister escorting the little girls; three of the smallest ones, with curly heads, threw rose leaves into the air; the deacon with outstretched arms conducted the music; and two incense-bearers turned with each step they took toward the Holy Sacrament, which was carried by M.
I heard the eight singers of the King of Sicily intone the first verse of seven o'clock mass in the Sainte-Chapelle.