Synonyms of 'sing'
1 croonDictionary, carol, chant
Go on, then, sing us a song!
2 trillDictionary, chirp, warble
Birds were already singing in the garden.
shop (slang , mainly British)
grass (British , slang)
He was repeatedly attacked by other inmates, who accused him of grassing.
rat (on) (informal)
turn in (informal)
There was no question of squealing to the police.
blow the whistle (on) (informal)
fink (on) (slang , mainly US)
spill the beans (informal)
He was ready to spill the beans about the whole affair.
spill your guts (slang)
phrasal verbsing out
usage note:Sang is the past tense of the verb sing, as in she sang sweetly. Sung is the past participle, as in we have sung our song, and care should be taken not to use it as if it were a variant form of the past tense.
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If something buzzes or buzzes somewhere, it makes a long continuous sound, like the noise a bee makes when it is flying.
Attack helicopters buzzed across the city.
Thesaurus for sing from the Collins English Thesaurus
When you sing , you make musical sounds with your voice , usually producing words that fit a tune .