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crooner

[ kroo-ner ]
/ ˈkru nər /
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noun
a popular singer who sings in an evenly modulated, slightly exaggerated manner: He was the kind of soulful, rockabilly-influenced crooner you might catch playing a place like the Liquor Lounge, and he reminded me of both Sinatra and Elvis.
someone who sings: In karaoke, even the least talented crooner has a chance to aim for that big moment in the spotlight.
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