[ US /ˌsɛɹəˈneɪd/ ]
[ UK /sˌɛɹɪnˈe‍ɪd/ ]
  1. sing and play for somebody
    She was serenaded by her admirers
  1. a song characteristically played outside the house of a woman
  2. a musical composition in several movements; has no fixed form
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How To Use serenade In A Sentence

  • No one will kotow to you, or serenade you on a koto; rather, you'll be threatened with celotomy or colotomy, equally uncomfortable, or with banishment to Cotonou or Cotopani. VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol IV No 2
  • She is not the woman for whose be-dazzlement I must advertise the value of my goods by sweating sonnets to her, or shivering serenades at her, or perpetuating follies for her. The Kempton-Wace Letters
  • In chantries unrehearsed we'd wow the votarists and serenade the friary to panting ecstasies while summoned to kingly chambers we branked the troubadours, turning the sovereign mind to heaven, the courtiers left speechless with neglect... Strange Bedfellows
  • Like a streetcorner serenade, it's got all the oooh's, aaah's, handclaps and snaps of classic doo-wop, and yet it somehow remains brilliantly, unwaveringly faithful to the original.
  • The short Serenades are also quite pretty and Hanson makes the most out of their sugary sentimentality.
  • ATLANTA — As Aaron Rodgers trotted off the field, savoring another playoff win, he was serenaded with chants of "Go, Pack, Go! Packers Crush Falcons 48-21
  • The Serenade for Strings contains also a delectable waltz.
  • A Beach Boys Buddy Holly Electric Light Orchestra symphony serenades your bravado with the blissed out chutzpah it requires to rise above the jellyfish and octopi unfazed. Dream World Ideations
  • She was physically fragile but he turned on the charm: dancing, chats, moonlight serenades outside her hotel window.
  • God also wants to be serenaded, so get on your knees and sing about your love for God in whatever cultural mode and genre touches your heart most deeply. The Bushman Way of Tracking God
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