plural sing-alongs
: an informal session of group singing of popular or folk songs : songfest
People who had brought their guitars led spontaneous sing-alongs in the hotel lobby.The New Yorker
Old-fashioned hayrides and sing-alongs in front of a campfire …Mary Beth Giles
Audience participation is one of the things that has made the show a success, and there will, again, be plenty of opportunity to take part in the sing-alongs.Canadian Motorist
also : a song appropriate for a sing-along
A guy from the wedding party joined the band for the Garth Brooks classic sing-along "Friends in Low Places" and knocked it out of the park. Luke Vose

Word History

First Known Use

1959, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of sing-along was in 1959

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Cite this Entry

“Sing-along.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 31 Jan. 2023.

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