Origin of serenade
OTHER WORDS FROM serenadeser·e·nad·er, nounun·ser·e·nad·ed, adjective
How to use serenade in a sentence
Down in the next block some boys were singing that old serenading song, "Good-night, Ladies."Fidelity|Susan Glaspell
A little more serenading, and it was clear he would be better acquainted with the apoplexy.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 4 (of 25)|Robert Louis Stevenson
Only the Bamboo-cutter went out to thank the lords for their serenading.Myths & Legends of Japan|F. Hadland (Frederick Hadland) Davis
Next on the extreme right is her humble barn-like dwelling, with the marquis serenading his love from below.
On the Continent, gentlemen used to carry it under their mantle when they went to musical parties, or for serenading.Musical Myths and Facts, Volume I (of 2)|Carl Engel