Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Same as Carolingian.
- n. The act of one who carols; a song of joy, praise, or devotion.
- v. US present participle of carol.
- n. A singing of carols.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A song of joy or devotion; a singing, as of carols.
- n. singing joyful religious songs (especially at Christmas)
“Here we come a caroling, here we come a caroling . written at 2: 02 p.m.”
“The Sunday School "kids" went on long hikes, tug rides, and Christmas caroling.”
“Linnaeus caroling through Lapland — reindeers' balls, hags' pudenda.”
“Last time I checked, Christmas pageants, caroling, and all the rest were popping up in cities and towns across the country.”
“Me, I'm content with a cup of hot chocolate, a book, and the utter and complete absence of incessant caroling.”
“A few students who board in a different part of the house had clandestinely arranged to host the caroling tour in the basement, so the Music Tapes once again loaded in and set up their performance array.”
“I would go with my church group caroling at Christmas to the county hospital in upscale, religious and economically successful San Diego and would see room after room of about 30 people per room of old people put in beds at 7 pm, some sleeping, some writhing, and some talking to themselves, with a stench of fecal matter, vomit and age.”
“Backyard barbecues are common in the neighborhood, in addition to a slew of annual events planned by the Alcova Heights Citizens Association, including an annual block party in the summer, a Halloween parade in October and Christmas caroling in Alcova Heights Park in December.”
“Cookies to make, early school pick-up to remember, church programs to attend, presents for teachers to make, caroling to come, gumbo to roux, new shirts to iron, presents to wrap, letters to mail...”
“Julian Koster of experimental pop collective the Music Tapes plays a house show this Sunday on his annual caroling tour.”
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