Definition Of chants

verb

a repeated rhythmic phrase, typically one shouted or sung in unison by a crowd.

The rhythmic chant spread through the crowd of hundreds of thousands that filled Kiev's Independence Square on the evening of November 22.

a short musical passage in two or more phrases used for singing unmetrical words; a psalm or canticle sung to such music.

Although I enjoy chants and church music quite a bit, I had not, for some time, felt the need to attend a church service.

say or shout repeatedly in a singsong tone.

protesters were chanting slogans

Example Of chants

  • Although I enjoy chants and church music quite a bit, I had not, for some time, felt the need to attend a church service.

  • An assembly of 90 monks conducted Buddhist ritual chants and prayers sanctifying the ceremony.

  • Angry townspeople protested in the streets following the explosion, shouting anti-government chants and tossing rocks at security forces.

  • At Milan, where at first he used to come to the cathedral to admire Ambrose's oratorical skill, he found himself not only impressed by the content of the discourses but also gripped by the psalm chants .

  • ‘I remember experimenting back then with combinations of blues songs and Sanskrit chants ,’ she says.


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