- v. present participle of duet.
“Discouraging interlopers has been a popular theme, both in duetting to defend a territory and duetting to drive away a potential mate stealer ...”
“It's fortunate, too, that their voices blend so well: their duetting is a model of euphony.”
“Musical numbers are provided by The Wanted, Take That (providing the always comic sight of Robbie Williams straining to keep his performance ego down to manageable proportions for the occasion) and Peter Kay duetting with Susan Boyle in an increasingly mountainous Barbara Dickson wig on I Know Him (who turns out to be Sir Trevor MacDonald) So Well.”
“She actually seems more focused and connected on her albums, especially when duetting with John Pizzarelli on last year's "Home," although her rhythm section, with pianist Michael Kanan and bassist Neal Miner , is outstanding.”
“Time and again when our two leads should be duetting it sounds more like their voices are clashing discordantly.”
“Only days before he had been duetting fabulously as pianist with Joyce DiDonato at the Gramophone Awards in a languorous version of "Over the Rainbow", on balance a piece that does bear frequent repetition though I can see I may regret that remark.”
“It was at Sinatra's birthday party that Groucho and Alice met while duetting on Lydia The Tattooed Lady.”
“To be fair, this was probably a better plan than, say, duetting with the guy out of Mansun.”
“Get Naked (I Got a Plan) – Who is this weirdo duetting with Britney??”
“What a charming little Irish pixie he is, and never short of making up a massive lie, like the one about Westlife duetting with Michael Jackson, in order to sell a few more singles.”
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