caroller


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Synonyms for caroller

a singer of carols

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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.
STERLING CAROLLERS BRING JOY OF SEASON TO HOSPITALS AND NURSING HOMES
Father Christmas will also be visiting the park to wish all the carollers a merry Christmas and a happy New 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.
Father Christmas will also be visiting the park to wish carollers a Merry Christmas during the concert.
The carollers sing to the new-born King And, with cold hands, the bells they ring.
Whilst the loss of carollers, and century's old tradition, is regrettable, the expanding popularity of predatory doorstop muggings that herald Halloween is loathsome for many, terrifying and verging on the criminal, but unfortunately very much in tune with these times.
Sunday brings a familiar festive scene with a twist, as the Armistead Project's queer carollers take the stage at the Masquerade Bar.