sing-song

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Like a piece of sing-song; simple and melodic, song-like
A kind of verse with a simple, song-like rhythm
An informal gathering involving group singing
A sing-song is an occasion on which a group of people sing songs together for pleasure. = singalong
A sing-song voice repeatedly rises and falls in pitch. He started to speak in a nasal sing-song voice
sing-songy

Hello, Mrs. Peck, Mama called out, in her sing-songy way, like she always did.

singsong
An informal gathering at which songs are sung; a singing session

We gathered round the campfire for a little singsong.

singsong
A piece of verse with a simple, song-like rhythm
Sing a song of sixpence
a nursery rhyme (=an old song or poem for young children) which starts: Sing a song of sixpence,/A pocket full of rye;/Four-and-twenty blackbirds/Baked in a pie./When the pie was opened,/The birds began to sing,/Wasn't that a dainty dish/To set before the King?
sing the same song
repeat the utterances of others
singsong
speak, chant, or declaim in a singsong
singsong
informal group singing of popular songs
singsong
uttered in a monotonous cadence or rhythm as in chanting; "their chantlike intoned prayers"; "a singsong manner of speaking"
singsong
To write poor poetry
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Drawling; monotonous
singsong
a regular and monotonous rising and falling intonation
singsong
Like a piece of singsong; simple and melodic, varying in pitch (of tone of voice etc.)
singsong
move as if accompanied by a singsong; "The porters singsonged the travellers' luggage up the mountain"
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A drawling or monotonous tone, as of a badly executed song
singsong
a regular and monotonous rising and falling intonation speak, chant, or declaim in a singsong move as if accompanied by a singsong; "The porters singsonged the travellers' luggage up the mountain
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Bad singing or poetry
singsong
{i} monotonous voice or rhythm; poem or verse with a monotonous rhythm; sing-along (British)
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