singsong

Part of speech: noun

Monotonous cadence.

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Usage examples "singsong":

  1. " I will know, I will know," she said, her eyes filled with cunning, her voice a strange singsong oddly at variance with the coarse bigness of her body. - "Judith of Blue Lake Ranch", Jackson Gregory.
  2. The words had formed themselves into a sort of singsong refrain that, for the last few days, had been running through his head. - "The Adventures of Jimmie Dale", Frank L. Packard.
  3. In a memorized singsong, he declared, " I challenge you to a duel, in accordance with the laws of the Government, to be fought in the nearest duelpen at the earliest possible hour." - "Thy Rocks and Rills", Robert Ernest Gilbert.