Related formshalf-sung, adjectivewell-sung, adjective
Definition for sung (2 of 3)
Definition for sung (3 of 3)
verb (used without object), sang or, often, sung; sung; sing·ing.
verb (used with object), sang or, often, sung; sung; sing·ing.
Origin of sing
Examples from the Web for sung
Now of course this song can be performed in any key, but it sounds best in Eminor and in my experience is often sung there.
“Font, logo, edge finish, surface finish … everything is different from ours,” said Sung Hwang, the general manager.
Everyone from Miley Cyrus to Kanye West has sung about MDMA, also known as ‘molly.’
He has played the song on the piano at a charity event and sung it for Russian spy Anna Chapman and her colleagues.
And I thought, ‘I think our songs will get sung at science-fiction conventions!’‘Phineas and Ferb’ Pilot Disney’s Premier Voyage into ‘Star Wars’|Jason Lynch|July 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The last line was sung in a very solemn and affecting monotone.Two Knapsacks|John Campbell
I can never tell you of the eating and the drinking, the songs that were sung and the jokes that went around the table.The Russian Grandmother's Wonder Tales|Louise Seymour Houghton
After this, Stephen sang night and morn and midday the songs he had sung—and Calote with him—in the year of pilgrimage.Long Will|Florence Converse
Mrs. Howe responded to the effect that she would endeavor to write other words that might be sung to this stirring melody.Campfire and Battlefield|Rossiter Johnson
He was one of the little band in honor of which the flags waved, the voices shouted, and the songs were sung!The Half-Back|Ralph Henry Barbour