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sing out

to sing louder. sing out, please. This is a very large hall. The sopranos will have to sing out more.
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sing something out

to sing or announce something loudly. The teacher sang the names out loud and clear. she sang out "The Star-Spangled Banner" in a loud voice.
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sing out (something)

1. to shout or call loudly He'd bring his daughters hot chocolate in their tent, singing out, “Time to get up!”
2. (slightly formal) to make known Adler tried in a scholarly way to sing out the joys of studying philosophy.
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sing out

Call out loudly, shout, as in One of them fell in the stream and sang out for help. [Early 1800s]
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sing out

v.
1. To sing loudly and clearly: The choir sang out from the choir loft.
2. To say something loudly or in a lively manner: The announcer sang out the name of the winner. The shopkeeper sang a greeting out as we went by.
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