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
Example sentences from the Web for serenade
The Slaughter-house Quartette was serenading Carol in return for her winsome smiles!Prudence Says So|Ethel Hueston
The bands are serenading him to-night, his headquarters being just about a hundred yards in rear of my hut.Personal Recollections and Civil War Diary, 1864|Lemuel Abijah Abbott
Horace would have been capable of serenading Lottie if Mrs. Blake would only have slept on the other side of the house.
Naturally, it figured frequently in 'serenading' especially when a love song had to be sung outside a lady's window.Shakespeare and Music|Edward W. Naylor
"My father world have thought I was a fool to go off serenading," he answered, flushing.Coniston, Complete|Winston Churchill