Definition of Sight-sing

1. Verb. Sing from a score without having seen it before. "This tenor can sightsing even the most difficult pieces"

Exact synonyms: Sightsing
Category relationships: Performing Arts
Generic synonyms: Sight-read, Sightread



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sight-sing

sigh of relief
sighed
sigher
sighers
sighful
sighing
sighingly
sighless
sighlike
sighs
sighs of relief
sight
sight-read
sight-reader
sight-readers
sight-sing (current term)
sight bill
sight blindness
sight draft
sight for sore eyes
sight gag
sight in
sight radius
sight read
sight reading
sight reads
sight translation
sight triangle
sight unseen

Literary usage of Sight-sing

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1. Sporting Magazine edited by [Anonymus AC02751662] (1810)
"... on horseback I never saw ride : They already are push'd to the pitch of their might, And the rest far behind they leave clear i out of sight. Sing, &c. ..."

2. On Joyful Wing: A Book of Praise and Song by John Robson Sweney, William James Kirkpatrick (1886)
"Sing of the blind re-ceiv-ing sight, Sing of his works of wondrous might. Sing how he hung up- on the tree, Sing of his death for you and me. ..."

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