Singer Definition

sĭngər
singers
noun
singers
A person who sings, esp. professionally.
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A poet.
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A bird that sings.
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A person or thing that singes.
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(square dance) Dance figure with a fixed structure, sung by a caller, or a piece of music with that structure. See square dance singer.

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Synonyms:
Isaac Merrit Singerisaac m. singerisaac bashevis singervocaliservocalizervocalistbardchanteusechantercantorcantatricebuffobassobassbaritone
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proper name
1904-91; U.S. writer in Yiddish, born in Poland.
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1811-75; U.S. inventor: improved the sewing machine.
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pronoun

An occupational surname.

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Other Word Forms of Singer

Noun

Singular:
singer
Plural:
singers

Origin of Singer

  • From singe +"Ž -er.

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  • sing + -er.

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