Noun(1) joyful religious song celebrating the birth of Christ(2) a joyful song (usually celebrating the birth of Christ
Verb(1) sing carols
(1) a carol service(2) Groups singing carols and folk songs to the beat of local musical instruments would arrive unannounced at any time of the night.(3) They all insisted that they want both carolling and Christmas party this year.(4) I love being able to sing carols and Christmas songs.(5) Some of the residents followed them around while they were caroling through the hallways.(6) One of the main objectives of the choir at present is to put together a presentation of hymns and carols for Christmas services.(7) ├ö├ç├┐Come in, come in ├ö├ç├┐, she carolled and beckoning with a hand, walked further into the kitchens.├ö├ç├û(8) And finally, there's this local song that's not really a Christmas song, but which carollers always sing at each house.(9) That's one of our most beautiful and popular Christmas carols .(10) A choir of enlisted men and aviation cadets sang Christmas carols .(11) Roary the Lion will lead club members in the carolling at various locations around the borough.(12) Leo caroled her laughter, and said: ├ö├ç├┐The gem is the one I picked when I created my character!├ö├ç├û(13) More photographs of the carolling will be in Wednesday's Guardian.(14) The children have caroling and hot chocolate and they decorate the tree.(15) There will be caroling in front of the church on that day, and of course, services on Christmas Eve.(16) He didn't even look up when Mary Ann caroled , ├ö├ç├┐Hello, Gilligan!├ö├ç├û
2. hymn ::
3. canticle ::
Different Formscarol, caroled, caroler, carolers, caroline, caroling, carolling, carols
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