1. Caroling is an oral tradition, passed down from generation to generation
2. Caroling is all about spreading cheer and joy, celebrating the season, and harkening back to a more innocent time
Caroling, Cheer, Celebrating
3. Caroling isn't a 19th-century invention, as some think
4. The origins of Caroling — as well as some of the songs we still sing — go back thousands of years.
5. While most countries boast their unique holiday traditions, Caroling is one that most have in common
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6. I have heard them Caroling with all cheerfulness in the midst of a driving snow-storm.: The rippling golden tones made me think of the Caroling of birds on a spring morning.: Bright-hued birds flashed through the foliage and thrilled the ear with their Caroling.: But it is a cold night for Caroling, and I hope you have been taken care of within.: Somewhere in the woods behind them a robin was
Caroling, Cheerfulness, Cold, Care
7. The Caroling events, which have been posted to the Growing Pains star’s social media accounts, show hundreds of people singing Christmas carols with practically no masks or social distancing in
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8. Fortunately, Christmas Caroling outside is one of the safest pro-life activities we can undertake during the COVID-19 crisis
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9. Go Caroling in your neighborhood with family and friends
10. The "Growing Pains" alum, 50, has drawn ire from fans for hosting crowded Caroling protests in Southern California, where cases of …
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11. 15 synonyms of Caroling from the Merriam-Webster Thesaurus, plus 35 related words, definitions, and antonyms
12. Caroling: to produce musical sounds with the voice.
13. Caroling definition: the activity of going from house to house singing carols at Christmas
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14. Caroling, Caroling is a traditional Christmas carol with music written by Alfred Burt
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15. Music video by Idina Menzel performing Caroling, Caroling (Visualizer)
16. There's a distinction to be made between carols — songs stemming from medieval musical traditions — and today's Christmas Caroling, says Daniel Abraham, musicology expert and choral director at
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17. Christmas Caroling is a family tradition the Berenstain Bear household
18. The whole town gets in on the sleigh rides, Caroling and decorating
19. Peace in the Womb Caroling 2020
20. One of our most beloved activities of the year, the Pro-Life Action League’s “Peace in the Womb” Caroling Day brings the Christmas message of peace and joy to the darkness of the abortion clinic.
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21. You no-cut people are fine for signing at the old-folks' home or Caroling at the gate of the outdoor pool, but this is a very serious competition
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22. " Caroling, Caroling " is a Christmas song written in 1954 by Wilha Hutson and Alfred Burt and made famous by Nat King Cole
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23. Six Caroling boats are slated for each of the time slots above
24. Other types of festive holiday music such as mariachis, bell-ringers, and bands are also welcome to book a Caroling boat.
25. Natalie Cole "Caroling, Caroling"From the album Natalie Cole - "Holly & Ivy" 1994[Lyrics to "Caroling, Caroling"]Caroling, Caroling, now we goChristmas bells
26. Find 118 ways to say Caroling, along with antonyms, related words, and example sentences at Thesaurus.com, the world's most trusted free thesaurus.
27. Christmas Caroling is also used as a way to raise money for charities during the holiday season
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28. Some say Christmas Caroling was originally started by groups of drunken men and boys looking for a handout.
29. Find over 16 Christmas Caroling groups with 789 members near you and meet people in your local community who share your interests.
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30. Cameron, 50, faced backlash for participating in a second Caroling event on Tuesday, held in objection to California's stay-at-home order amid …
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31. The Christmas Carolers is the only nationwide Caroling company in the United States
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32. DEPARTMENT 56 Caroling With The Cratchit Family The Heritage Village Collection The Christmas Carol Revisited Set of 3 #58396 MurphyRoadMarket
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33. Only 1 left Add to Favorites Caroling Christmas Family Figurines TheRusticGardenBox
34. Knights of Columbus Christmas Songbooks Christmas Caroling Sheet Music Words and Music CLittleShop
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35. Caroling, Caroling up and down Christmas are ringing Mark thee well the song that we sing Gladsome tidings now we bring Ding, dong, ding, dong Christmas bells are ringing Oh, Caroling (Caroling, Caroling) We're Caroling (Caroling, Caroling) Through the town here we go (Caroling, Caroling) And there's lots of our voices to cheer (Caroling, Caroling)
Caroling, Christmas, Cheer
36. Caroling, Caroling now we go Christmas bells are ringing Caroling, Caroling through the snow Christmas bells are ringing Joyous voices sweet and…
37. Caroling is a special activity during the Twelve Days of Winter where Toons sing carols to Snowtoons and earn 200 jellybeans per Snowtoon after picking up a special ToonTask from Snowman in Toontown Central
Caroling, Carols, Central
38. The Caroling Company was a wonderful addition to our holiday kickoff luncheon! The costumes were gorgeous and the singers and musician were fabulously talented! I will definitely have them back!! Thank you Caroling Company! (more) Review by Paula L
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39. The Caroling Company included eight of the Alfred Burt Carols on their Grammy listed CD, "A Christmas Present From The Caroling Company" in 2003
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40. Caroling has been around even longer than Christmas itself, as it was a part of many religious observances and practices centuries ago
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41. Christmas carols are essentially a subset of Christmas music, whereas Caroling specifically refers to the act of singing this broad category of Christmas songs.
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42. On "Caroling, Caroling - Christmas With Natalie Cole", Natalie Cole sings the Christmas songs of her father Nat "King" Cole, including the famous duet "The Christmas Song"
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43. The opening track has been renamed from "Now Is the Caroling Season" to "Caroling, Caroling." Regardless, it immediately evokes the romanticism and nostalgia inherent in the customary celebration
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44. Jumping jacks and giggles filled the Palmerton Park as children from Kids for the Community waited to begin Caroling
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45. Watch: New Singing Lesson Videos Can Make Anyone A Great Singer Caroling, Caroling now we go Christmas bells are ringing Caroling, Caroling through the snow Christmas bells are ringing Joyous voices sweet and clear Sing the sad of heart to cheer Ding, dong, ding, dong Christmas bells are ringing (Caroling, Caroling through the town) Christmas bells are ringing (Caroling, Caroling up and down
Can, Caroling, Christmas, Clear, Cheer
46. Definition of Caroling in the Definitions.net dictionary
47. What does Caroling mean? Information and translations of Caroling in the most comprehensive dictionary definitions resource on …
48. After Caroling, John and Chelsy had a soup dinner for any who wanted to stay up later and be inside
49. We did an impromptu stop for someone who was very excited we were Caroling and wanted to take a video.
50. This is an excellent wintertime drink whether you're Caroling, snow-mobiling, or doing whatever you enjoy in the cold winter months
carolling (noun) · caroling (noun)
v. car·oled, car·ol·ing, car·ols also car·olled or car·ol·ling. v.intr. 1. To sing in a loud, joyous manner. 2. To go from house to house singing Christmas songs. v.tr. 1. To celebrate in or as if in song: caroling the victory.
A carol, in Modern English, is a festive song, generally religious but not necessarily connected with church worship, and often with a dance or a popular character. The verb caroling (or "to carol") also refers to the singing of carols.
Definition of carol. (Entry 1 of 2) 1 : an old round dance with singing. 2 : a song of joy or mirth the carol of a bird— Lord Byron. 3 : a popular song or ballad of religious joy.
1. noun song, noel, hymn, Christmas song, canticle The singing of Christmas carols is ultimately of pagan origin. chant, sing, vocalize. Archaic: tune. The American Heritage® Roget's Thesaurus. Copyright © 2013, 2014 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. Published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company. All rights reserved.