karaoke

[ US /ˌkɛɹiˈoʊki/ ]
[ UK /kˌæɹɪˈə‍ʊki/ ]
NOUN
  1. singing popular songs accompanied by a recording of an orchestra (usually in bars or nightclubs)
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How To Use karaoke In A Sentence

  • Surely the time for karaoke cover singers is finished? The Sun
  • they enjoyed the karaoke night the company organized
  • Besides, people who like karaoke are already being served by the karaoke club. Christianity Today
  • Pubs usually stage karaoke evenings or have jukeboxes churning out the hits.
  • What does anybody get out of calling us karaoke singers? The Sun
  • Some couples go there to dance and others to sing karaoke. Times, Sunday Times
  • Ramjohn, also known as ‘DJ Scobie,’ is using the Japanese karaoke concept to fashion today's Carnival hits into easy-to-follow singalong ditties.
  • A karaoke night was organised but there were a few technical difficulties on the night.
  • The traditional cool take on karaoke is that anyone can sing at them, so why bother? The Weird Will Sing When I Am King
  • He was wearing a long white dishdasha and bearing a karaoke machine. Day of Honey
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