verse, or a piece of verse, that is monotonously jingly in rhythm and pattern of pitch.
monotonous rhythmical cadence, tone, or sound.
monotonous in rhythm and in pitch.
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How to use singsong in a sentence
She sits up tall and strikes up her one-man band of sing-song sound.
The Qari spent weeks sitting on his cot reciting in a sing-song chant the entire Quran.U.S. Must Show It Respects Quran and Its Importance to Afghans | Jere Van Dyk | February 28, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
“He has that sing-song quality to his voice, a melody to it,” Odenkirk says.
Eyes on the magazine, Sebatacheck goes back to his sing-song voice.
The chanting must have been much like the sing-song that some people fall into when reading verses now.English: Composition and Literature | W. F. (William Franklin) Webster
In a loud sing-song jabber they are repeating something which they read off the slates they hold in front of them.Round the Wonderful World | G. E. Mitton
He was swearing mechanically, in a sing-song voice, as the blood seeped through each fresh turn of cotton.Cursed | George Allan England
When there is very great and regular or monotonous variation of pitch in a voice, we call it a "sing-song."The Sounds of Spoken English | Walter Rippmann
Wasula laughed, in spite of herself, the sing-song laugh of the wild maid of the woods.Red Hunters And the Animal People | Charles A. Eastman
British Dictionary definitions for singsong
an accent, metre, or intonation that is characterized by an alternately rising and falling rhythm, as in a person's voice, piece of verse, etc
British an informal session of singing, esp of popular or traditional songs
having a regular or monotonous rising and falling rhythm: a singsong accent
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