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- n. A person who sings carols; a carol singer
- n. A bard.
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- n. a singer of carols
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Nightingale of Ceiriog, the sweet caroller Huw Morus, the enthusiastic partizan of Charles and the Church of England, and the never-tiring lampooner of Oliver and the Independents.
On the whole, in spite of some mystical exceptions, the mediaeval English carol is somewhat external in its religion; there is little deep individual feeling; the caroller sings as a member of the human race, whose curse is done away, whose nature is exalted by the Incarnation, rather than as one whose soul is athirst for God: --
Omit them, at the same time banning the house-to-house caroller, and you tyrannically limit men's devotional impulses.
The common thrush often sings far into the night, and the sedge-warbler is a persistent caroller that has often been mistaken for the nightingale.
He's turned Army wives into show-stopping singers - but can The Choir's Gareth Malone make me a competent caroller?
And her advice for the casual, once a year caroller?