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sing

[L., singulorum]
Of each; used in writing prescriptions.
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Saxon sang in a clear, true soprano, thin but sweet, and she was aware that she was singing to Billy.
Now THAT is singing what is," he proclaimed, when she had finished.
You don't - well, I will just give you an idea of Harris's comic singing, and then you can judge of it for yourself.
Nervous pianist commences prelude over again, and Harris, commencing singing at the same time, dashes off the first two lines of the First Lord's song out of "Pinafore.
SOME FRIEND OF HARRIS'S (FROM THE BACK OF THE ROOM): "No, you're not, you chuckle-head, you're singing the Admiral's song from PINAFORE.
He sat down abruptly, almost cataleptically, drew his head away from the clutch of her hands and out of the entanglement of her hair, and, his nose thrust upward at an angle of forty-five degrees, he began to quiver and to breathe audibly in rhythm to the rhythm of her singing.
For Villa Kennan was quick to seize upon the howling her singing induced and to develop it.
Jerry enjoyed the singing much in the same way the opium eater enjoys his dreams.
Well, so we shan't be singing any more now," she added, turning towards the house.
Beneath green arches, bright with birds and flowers, beside singing waves, went Eva into a lofty hall.
Suddenly the music grew louder and sweeter, and the Fairies knelt, and bowed their heads, as on through the crowd of loving subjects came the Queen, while the air was filled with gay voices singing to welcome her.
All Fairy-Land was dressed in flowers, and the soft wind went singing by, laden with their fragrant breath.