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chant in Music topic

chantchant2 ●○○ noun [countable] πŸ”Š πŸ”Š 1 SINGwords or phrases that are repeated again and again by a group of people πŸ”Š Others in the crowd took up the chant (=began chanting).chant of πŸ”Š chants of β€˜oh no, we won’t go’2 APMa regularly repeated tune, often with many words sung on one note, especially used for religious prayers β€”chanter noun [countable]
Examples from the Corpus
chantβ€’ Between each song, a chant pushes up like a hushed inhale, murmuring from a hesitant corner.β€’ Computer science is a bit like a Gregorian chant a one-line melody changing state within larger scale sections.β€’ The music is as old as Gregorian chant and as fresh as a Disney soundtrack.β€’ There's the Andamans, where they never talk, just converse entirely in song - a sort of chant.β€’ Demonstrators blew whistles and screamed protest chants.β€’ When was the last time you heard that chant in the Coliseum?β€’ The chant was deafeningly clear from the outset.β€’ Other examples of these chants are to be found in Chapter 5.