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What is another word for chorus?

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Noun
A part of a song that is repeated after each verse
“My favorite track is an ode to Yemaya that combines African and Latin elements seamlessly with a soaring trumpet, hypnotic guitar riffs, and a catchy chant-like chorus.”
Noun
A large organized group of singers, especially one which performs with an orchestra or opera company
“The chorus and orchestra respond well to Gergiev's baton, as usual.”
Noun
A group of singers or dancers performing together in a supporting role in a musical or opera
“She was unique in her day because most female dancers danced in the chorus and there were very few female solo performers.”
Noun
In a state of agreement or harmony
“The others present agreed in chorus with what was being said.”
Noun
A song, typically a religious one of praise to God or a god
Noun
A song, melody, or short musical composition
Noun
A group of people, especially entertainers who perform together
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Noun
A quiet, gentle song sung to send a child to sleep
Noun
A subordinate or assistant, often in a supporting role or position, like a chorus or deputy
Noun
An act of singing a song
Noun
A combination of simultaneously sounded musical notes that is pleasing to the ear
Noun
The lyrics to a song or poem
Verb
To speak or say something in unison or at the same time
“The crowds chorus their approval. This speaks of their hopes for a very long, peaceful future.”
Verb
To make musical sounds with the voice, especially words with a set tune
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