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carol

noun

Synonyms and Antonyms of carol

  1. a religious song sang carols at the Christmas Eve service Synonyms of carol anthem, canticle, hymn, chorale, psalm, spiritualWords Related to carol dirge, lament, requiem, threnody; Gloria Patri, hallelujah, paean; mass, oratorio; processional, recessional


carol

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of carol

  1. 1 to produce musical sounds with the voice she caroled with glee when she heard the good news Synonyms of carol sing, chant, descant, vocalizeWords Related to carol belt, croon, harmonize, hum, lilt, quaver, scat, sharp, slur, trill, troll, warble, yodel; serenade

  2. 2 to proclaim the glory of landscape photographs that carol the majesty and monumentality of Yosemite Valley Synonyms of carol bless, praise, celebrate, emblazon, exalt, extol (also extoll), glorify, hymn, laud, magnify, resoundWords Related to carol adore, belaud, deify, idolize, worship; acclaim, applaud, commend, compliment, hail, renown, salute; chant, cheer, eulogize, rhapsodize; cite; flatter; crack up, recommend, toutNear Antonyms of carol blame, censure, reprehend, reprobate; criticize, reprove; admonish, chide, keelhaul, rebuke, reprimand, reproach; castigate, lambaste (or lambast)



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