caroller


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Synonyms for caroller

a singer of carols

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It always draws a large number of the active local carollers, together with many from outside, who share a delight and fascination with this repertoire.
Yas Island's Yas Hotel will be hosting "our in-house carollers .
The 'Christmas Carol' Train will be decorated for the festive season, and ferry Christmas carollers across America.
At least 7,514 carollers are needed in Kilkenny next Sunday to sing for more than 15 minutes and raise some cash for charity.
The child is a king, the carollers sing, The old has passed, there's a new beginning.
She lit a single candle at the foot of the tree then watched as the 1,000 lights on the Christmas tree flickered on, drawing a collective sigh from the carollers in the cathedral.
CAROLLERS gathered last night at Birmingham Cathedral to celebrate the ancient festival of Santa Lucia' a traditional service in Sweden to celebrate the longest night of the year.
Jack and Victor prepare for Christmas, but carollers, lollipop men and a fruit machine look set to cause problems in Craiglang.
Afterwards, carollers are invited into the church for warm drinks and mince pies.