verb (used with or without object), ser·e·nad·ed, ser·e·nad·ing.
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Origin of serenade
OTHER WORDS FROM serenadeser·e·nad·er, nounun·ser·e·nad·ed, adjective
Words nearby serenade
Example sentences from the Web for serenader
If you were an Ethiopian serenader, you would be a loss to me.The Heir of Redclyffe|Charlotte M. Yonge
Gleason himself, as we have seen, had taken prompt measures to satisfy himself as to the identity of the serenader.Marion's Faith.|Charles King
He attends to his work with all his might, and strikes up a noisy song, to the infinite displeasure of the serenader.Richard Wagner and his Poetical Work|Judith Gautier
It was now acting and re-acting on the lining of the serenader's olfactory organ in a manner to threaten final decapitation.Flamsted quarries|Mary E. Waller
Then night came: the maja stood at her reja10, looking out for her serenader.Patraas|R. H. Busk