American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Music One who sings, especially a trained or professional vocalist.
- n. A poet.
- n. A songbird.
- n. One that singes.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One who sings; one who makes music with the voice; specifically, a trained or professional vocalist.
- n. In the early church and in the Greek Church, a member of one of the minor orders of clergy; one who is ordained to sing in the church. The order existed as early as the third or fourth century. In the early church the singers were distinctively called canonical, singers.
- n. One who composes or rehearses anything in verse.
- n. A bird that sings; a bird that naturally sings well, or can be trained to sing tunes; a singing bird: as, the male mocking-bird is a singer, but the female is not; the canary is a good singer.
- n. One who or that which singes. Specifically, in calico-manuf.:
- n. person who sings, is able to sing, or earns a living by singing
- n. dance figure with a fixed structure, sung by a caller, or a piece of music with that structure. See square dance singer.
- n. A person who, or device that singes
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. One employed to singe cloth.
- n. A machine for singeing cloth.
- n. One who sings; especially, one whose profession is to sing.
- n. a person who sings
- n. United States writer (born in Poland) of Yiddish stories and novels (1904-1991)
- n. United States inventor of an improved chain-stitch sewing machine (1811-1875)
- From singe + -er (Wiktionary)
“Hadn't the idea surfaced in staff meetings that the company should ask another name singer to stand by?”
“Also the title singer was kindly accorded me even though I could barely carry a tune.”
“If you were to look up the word singer in the dictionary, you'd see their names," Adele said in an interview.”
“The What's My Name singer will produce and appear in the unnamed show, the winner of which will create an outfit for her headline appearance at this summer's Wireless Festival in London.”
“Though best known for the 1988 hit "Don't Worry, Be Happy," the term singer has never suited McFerrin.”
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