sing

(redirected from Sung)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Idioms, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to Sung: Sung dynasty

sing

[L., singulorum]
Of each; used in writing prescriptions.
References in periodicals archive ?
Who can forget the emotional pride shown by Paul Thorburn in particular and a few others when the Welsh anthem was played and sung by the crowds before an international?
And the hymns themselves, as McNally argues, when sung today seem intended to evoke pride and attachment to Ojibwe language and identity among the singers and listeners.
Almost all of Korean art criticism refers to Sung as an outsider, but he's managed to achieve massive credibility and a magisterial body of ephemeral, difficult work, much of which was reconstructed for this sprawling, lovingly curated retrospective.
[23] The three texts Du Bellay cites were all renowned as songs, and all seem to have been sung to pre-existent tunes, either pavanes or galliards or the chordal progression Conde Claros, a bass pattern used by improvisers of epic verse.
[19] During the dismal period of their Babylonian captivity, the Hebrew peoples quite understandably could have lo st their enthusiasm to sing happy songs of Zion and, in the interest of their own safety, also may not have publicly sung songs of protest and struggle for liberation from Babylon.
This Mass is intended to be sung in unison, but the organ/piano accompaniment demonstrates the composer's skill when it comes to creating harmony.
There are many different kinds of songs that can be sung with children, as well as many different approaches to working with music.
It's not a festival, so don't come to hear your favorite songs sung by your favorite singer.
Strangely enough, he seems to know every song we have sung in the six months he has been with us.
Bong Hee Sung, a hypertension researcher at the State University of New York at Buffalo, measured the cardiovascular effects of caffeine and exercise on men with normal and elevated blood pressure.
"There were huge differences between the sung and the spoken pronunciation of the same words," the Telegraph quoted Gibson as saying.
"I've always enjoyed singing to myself but I've had no training and I've only sung in the junior school choir or on drunken karaoke nights.