Synonyms for Chant:
n.clue, anglicism, acrostic, anagram, catch-all, Arabism, hymn, singsong, song, chorus, borrowing, Gregorian Chant, plainsong, archaism, mantra, americanism, incantation. arrangement, andante, bass, tune, cantata, adagio, allegro, vocalize, sounds, air, concerto. bellow, cry out, scream, call out, roar, rage, yell, shout, cry. sing along, burst/break into song, croon, carry a tune, harmonize, serenade, sing out. •chant (noun)
intonate, intone, cantillate.
•chorus of song (noun)
mantra, song, croon, tune, hymn, incantation, shout.
drone, beat, reverberation, throb, clatter, thrum, thunder, racket, drum, chatter, hum, rumble, rattle, grumble, roll, buzz.
•sing simple song or song part (verb)
drone, chorus, intone, vocalize, cantillate.
sing out, cry, acrostic, yell, shout, scream, concerto, anglicism, cry out, Arabism, serenade, mantra, song, archaism, bellow, hymn, cantata, anagram, borrowing, roar, sing along, call out, chorus, americanism. adagio, andante, croon, catch-all, clue, arrangement, tune, rage, allegro. bass, harmonize, air. vocalize. •invocation
•Other relevant words:
bellow, croon, chorus, concerto, catch-all, hymn, arrangement, intone, adagio, intonate, air, roar, song, anglicism, tune, cry, incantation, serenade, cantillate, scream, singsong, yell, plainsong, vocalize, rage, americanism, mantra, shout.
Usage examples for chant
When all had gone, leaving us alone, save for the priest Oros and the priestess Papave, who remained in attendance on their mistress, Ayesha, who sat gazing before her with dreaming, empty eyes, seemed to awake, for she rose and said- A noble chant is it not, and an ancient? – Ayesha The Further History of She-Who-Must-Be-Obeyed by H. Rider Haggard