What is another word for choirs?

Pronunciation: [kwˈa͡ɪ͡əz] (IPA)

Choirs are groups of people who come together to sing choral music. Synonyms for choir include chorus, ensemble, vocal group, singing group, Cantorum, Carols and Glee club. Choirs can range in size from small groups of a few singers to large groups of over 100. Many choirs perform in churches, temples, and other religious institutions, while others sing in secular venues such as concert halls. The term choir can also refer to the group of singers who perform in an opera or musical theater production. Regardless of size or venue, choirs provide a beautiful harmony of voices that can be enjoyed by people from all walks of life.

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What are the paraphrases for Choirs?

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What are the hypernyms for Choirs?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.
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    music groups, musical ensembles, performance groups, performing arts groups, vocal groups.

What are the opposite words for choirs?

The term "choirs" refers to a group of singers who perform together. The antonyms of this word can be words that describe the opposite of a group of singers or that show a lack of unity or harmony. Some antonyms for choirs may include soloist, silence, individuality or discord. A soloist is a singer who performs alone, while silence refers to the absence of sound. The term individuality signifies separateness, while discord means a lack of harmony or agreement. These antonyms are useful in expressing a variety of ideas that are contrary to the concept of choirs.

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Usage examples for Choirs

The procession was swelled by choirs of boys, different religious orders and public dignitaries, and above all, by the fathers of the faith, moving "with slow pace, and profound gravity, truly triumphing as becomes the principal generals of that great victory."
"Bracebridge Hall, or The Humorists"
Washington Irving
England was somewhat later than France in introducing this style of architecture, our earliest purely Gothic building being Salisbury Cathedral, begun in 1220, although the choirs of Rievaulx and Fountains Abbey were commenced a few years earlier.
"Our Homeland Churches and How to Study Them"
Sidney Heath
Does he talk of cherubs, angels and heavenly choirs?
"Theological Essays"
Charles Bradlaugh

Famous quotes with Choirs

  • A man's growth is seen in the successive choirs of his friends.
    Ralph Waldo Emerson
  • I always sang in church always was in a gospel choir and directed choirs and always performed, but I never thought of it as a powerful thing.
    Charles King
  • For why should we not admire more the angels themselves and the blessed choirs of heaven?
    Giovanni Pico della Mirandola
  • Once the Mass is restored to its rightful place, we will again see choirs being developed.
    Richard Morris
  • But how odd that in this heathen nation of empty pews, where churches' bare, ruined choirs are converted into luxury loft living, a Labour government - yes, a Labour government - is deliberately creating a huge expansion of faith schools.
    Polly Toynbee

Related words: ukulele choir, children's choir, church choir, college choir, choral music, school choir, christian choir

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