from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- adj. Capable of being sung.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Capable of being sung; suitable for singing.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. suitable for singing
Because Huffington Post blogger Rick Horowitz has made the whole thing eminently singable, which is pretty downright funny.
Musically, he has resisted the trend toward melding classical and popular idioms: his songs are pure music theater, which, like the best of that genre, are singular, "singable," and timeless.
Familiar Christmas carols thread through the "Truce of Carols" score, and 'singable' melodies and colorful orchestration create an eloquent and entertaining musical mosaic.
But the second half of the century gave planet-wide traction to rock, disco, rap, and hip-hop in the hugely influential realm of American pop music, which diffused catchy melodies, irresistible rhythms, and an endless supply of singable lyrics in English.
Very singable and even with the line about "God shed his grace on thee," it's not too religious like the "God Bless America," or warmongering like "The Battle Hymn of the Republic."
Besides, the songs are singable, listenable, engaging, and I like how Cornell is playing them live: much more raw and guitar-oriented.
With a bit of tweaking here and there, I think you can get something pretty singable.
They are both beautiful and singable, and fantastic language, as we might expect.
We want all songs to be instantly singable, all food to be delivered through a window less than a minute after we pay for it, and all information to come to us via a few clicks of the mouse.
After composing the music, he presented it to Herbeck, who assigned his staff versifier to fit singable words to Strauss's music.
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