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sing

[L., singulorum]
Of each; used in writing prescriptions.
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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.
Anon he sang how the sons of the Achaeans issued from the horse, and sacked the town, breaking out from their ambuscade.
Long she lay watching the bright shadows, and listening to the song of the rose, while through the long night dreams of lovely things floated like bright clouds through her mind; while the rose bent lovingly above her, and sang in the clear moonlight.
She sang first of the birth of love in the heart of a boy and a girl.
She no longer sang as a child, there was no longer in her singing that comical, childish, painstaking effect that had been in it before; but she did not yet sing well, as all the connoisseurs who heard her said: "It is not trained, but it is a beautiful voice that must be trained.
And as men have ever desired the dust of the poppy and the juice of the hemp, so Jerry desired the joys that were his when Villa Kennan opened her arms to him, embraced him with her hair, and sang him across time and space into the dream of his ancient kind.
After the duettists had retired, a woman of debatable age sang a negro melody.
When the meal was done the minstrels sang, while proud and humble alike listened eagerly.
Woodroof and anemonies grew almost too high; blooming convolvuluses and blackberry-bushes hung in long garlands from tree to tree, where the nightingale sang and the sunbeams were playing: it was very beautiful, but it was no place for girls to go; their clothes would get so torn.
I say, Flashey," sang out another of the big boys; "drop that; you heard what old Pater Brooke said to-night.
And she sang it just as quietly, as coolly, and as well as the others.
Billy sang a lugubrious song of many stanzas about a cowboy, the refrain of which was, "Bury me out on the lone pr-rairie.