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  • n. A carol singer.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a singer of carols

Etymologies

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Examples

  • "It's not a literal song," said Mickey Mullany, a professional caroler in Baltimore who admits to sometimes forgetting parts of the famously long lyrics.

    The Legend Of '12 Days of Christmas'

  • After having received what I could only afford to give, the caroler (who sang the very same short carol I heard her sing at the nearby establishment) moved her attention to my companions in the office – meaning, nu mano ti adda ijay place nga napanan na, isu met la ti rumbeng nga agited.

    When Non-Tabuk Residents Stand by your Door and say ���Christmas������

  • Caroling at Camp Phoenix in Kabul, one caroler said it made him feel a little more like home.

    CNN Transcript Dec 24, 2007

  • He'd been a member of a male quartet at one time and they'd had good local success with an X-mas record they put out when my brother was about 18, so he considered himself an ultimate X-mas caroler.

    What's the Difference Between God and Santa Claus?

  • Nothing lifts the heart of the Irish caroler more than the small vice, the tiny lapse, the exposed vanity ....

    The Black Album

  • To me, it's the ghost of a Christmas caroler with long hair, holding sheet music in her / his hands.

    Wounded Bird

  • Items like the gentleman Christmas caroler sold out during the live show, with many of the other holiday items coming close to selling out.

    The Shad Plank

  • "HolidayBells" lends help to the tone-deaf caroler

    CNN.com

  • Paxton, who serves as volunteer coordinator for music at AVH, enlists groups of local musicians (including her husband and fellow caroler Tom) for three hour-long concerts each week in the patient care unit.

    Aspen Times - Top Stories

  • They are also offering a $5,000 gift card to the best caroler who sings one of their two original songs.

    YouTube Blog

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