- n a regular and monotonous rising and falling intonation
- n informal group singing of popular songs
- v speak, chant, or declaim in a singsong
- v move as if accompanied by a singsong
The porters singsonged the travellers' luggage up the mountain
- s uttered in a monotonous cadence or rhythm as in chanting
a singsong manner of speaking
- The least "literary" of great fiction, they mixed myth and legend with realistic anecdotes of love, family life, singsong girls, bandits, war lords, scholars, intrigue.
- Some robotic beeps, mechanical chimes and a singsong jingle sufficed.
- Echoing the sly psychopathy and scary singsong voice of Anthony Hopkins in The Silence of the Lambs (Hannibal Ledger!), Ledger carries in him the deranged threat of a punk star like .
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- Pirates heap high praise on rookie Wacha
It took an inning or so Monday afternoon for the record PNC Park crowd to harness its enthusiasm for taunting Cardinals rookie right-handed pitcher Michael Wacha. By the second inning, the singsong "Waaaaaa-kaaaa" was ringing pretty well. Pirates hitters, however, struggled to a much greater degree -- almost at a historic level -- to solve Wacha in their 2-1 loss.
Oct. 8, 2013 - Major League Baseball
- Brian Cox in Scotsman
He used to make me laugh,says Cox over lunch, before doing a spot-on impression of Martin. "Order! Order! That strange accent he had, the funny Glasgow singsong thing. But I actually thought he was a really sad character. There's no...
- Pete Doherty in China Daily
Pete says they used to visit him and have a "few drinkies and crisps" and "a bit of a singsong".
- Leonard Nimoy in CBS News
These gentlemen are up there in a fervent, singsong, swaying presentation,Nimoy said. "It was like a revivalist meeting. The entire congregation had their eyes covered. But I was entranced by it."