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- v. Present participle of chant.
- n. Singing, especially as a chant is sung.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Singing, esp. as a chant is sung.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the act of singing in a monotonous tone
Sorry, no etymologies found.
I guess "chanting" is the closest word I can come up with.
I love it when the Republican propaganda machine decides to go with some idiotic lie, and everyone one of their propagandists picks up the meme, and they begin chanting their lie in unison.
I still remember that idiot CNN guy Roland Martin chanting "Seat Roland Burriss"! what a joke ....... frank, pennsylvania
He once joined the LSU crowd in chanting, "Go to hell, Ole Miss!" while wearing his Roman collar.
We hear the sounds of the park – the chanting from the nearby football ground, for instance.
The crowd chanting is clear, but not Mousavi's speech.
Did it involve a practical test in chanting or any occult rituals?
** Singing and/or silence encouraged ... chanting is not .... keep it peaceful and in the holiday spirit.
In one account an inmate strives to entice Brendan in chanting political slogans with him.
In addition to all the laity present from around the state, there were a number of priests and a few religious, including members of a Beatitudes Community, who led us in chanting the morning and evening prayers for the Liturgy of the Hours.