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sing-along

or sing·a·long

[ sing-uh-lawng, -long ]
/ ˈsɪŋ əˌlɔŋ, -ˌlɒŋ /
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noun

an informal or unrehearsed singing of songs by a group of people, usually under the direction of a leader; songfest.
an occasion marked by such singing.

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Origin of sing-along

First recorded in 1955–60; noun use of verb phrase sing along
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British Dictionary definitions for sing-along

sing along

verb (intr, adverb)

to join in singing with a performer

noun sing-along

such a singsong
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