Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun One who sings in a choir or chorus.

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Examples

  • The weariness of a whole generation is expressed in his faint-hearted, listless words, as also in the blustering but ineffective rhodomontades of the tipsy choir-singer

    Maxim Gorki

  • For example, "Strawberry" Curran -- named for his red hair and innumerable freckles -- an Irish boy with the face of a choir-singer, and eyes that must have been taken straight out of the blue vault of

    Jimmie Higgins

  • No, she could not hope to get paying employment even as a church choir-singer.

    The Price She Paid.

  • Who can honestly say that he doesn't remember the school-teacher, or the choir-singer who taught the Sunday-school class, or the lady who came to visit mother and went away engaged to a friend of father's, or the nurse who queened it over the house when mother was ill and who devoted entirely too much time to the new baby?

    Mr. Bingle

  • No, she could not hope to get paying employment even as a church choir-singer.

    The Price She Paid

  • We know but little except that his parents were poor peasants, and that he learned the rudiments of literature and music as a choir-singer, a starting-point so common in the lives of great composers.

    The Great Italian and French Composers

  • I have thus given a rapid sketch of our subject's career as a choir-singer; a career which, it is seen, has been a most gratifying one.

    Music and Some Highly Musical People

  • It is supposed to be sung by an abbot, a choir-singer, and a chorus, in celebration of the burning of Jacques du Bourg-Molay, last

    Dramatic Romances

  • Wetherell ” Eugene Wetherell ” who became deeply enamoured of the spirituelle choir-singer.

    Eugene Field A Study In Heredity And Contradictions

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