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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishsingingsing‧ing /ˈsɪŋɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  the activity of producing musical sounds with your voice He entered the Royal College of Music to study singing.
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singingThere was a reason why they had foregone the privilege of having a singing canary in the dock.Suggestions are also made for antiphonal singing.Unaccompanied congregational singing can be beautiful and satisfying.He is in his school sports teams and enjoys singing, having recently won prizes at two festivals.He asked her why she didn't make use of her talent and give singing lessons.Danni decided to come to England to launch her singing career.The solo singing is by and large excellent.And, he says, he's still taking singing lessons.This in turn may influence the singing of a congregation, and make it flabby and dull.We also help to swell the singing when early madrigals are included in a performance.Everyone joined in with the singing.I hear Frank's taken up singing again.