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carol in Christianity topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcarolcar‧ol1 /ˈkærəl/ (also Christmas carol) noun [countable] 🔊 🔊 RRCAPMa traditional Christmas song
Examples from the Corpus
carolTwo beggar children, arms and legs as thin as sticks, stood beside a brazier singing a carol.It was all hymns and carols.As the candles burned down, we sang Christmas carols, and then Papa passed out the presents.A choir of families, wrapped in woolly hats, overcoats and scarves, were singing carols by a crib.The presents are unwrapped, the holiday turkey is hash, and the carols have all been sung.The Carol Album is a carol record with a difference.