One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
1‘a beautiful song’
air, strain, ditty, melody, tune, popular song, pop song, number, track
2‘all sounds were muffled except the song of the birds’
call, calls, calling, chirp, chirps, chirping, cheep, cheeps, cheeping, peep, peeps, peeping, chirrup, chirrups, chirruping, warble, warbles, warbling, trill, trills, trilling, twitter, twittering, whistling, piping, birdsong
‘she would be sure to make a song and dance about her aching feet’
fuss, fuss and bother, bother, commotion, trouble, rigmarole, folderol, ado, pother
palaver, performance, to-do, carry-on, carrying-on, kerfuffle, hoo-ha, hullabaloo, ballyhoo, business, pantomime, hoopla
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