Chantant

Definitions of "Chantant"

Singing.

Instrumental music of an easy, smooth, and singing style. noun

Composed in a melodious and singing style. adjective

Composed in a melodious and singing style. adjective

The word "Chantant" in example sentences

Roy Rogers 1911-1988 fut un chanteur et acteur américain légendaire surnommé "le cow-boy chantant". Archive 2010-06-01

(Soundbite of "C'est Si Bon" by Eartha Kitt) C'est si bon, De partir n'importe ou, Bras dessus bras dessous, En chantant des chansons, C'est si bon, De se dire des mots doux - De petit rien du tout - Mais qui en disent long. Singer And Actress Eartha Kitt Dies

A part ca ma mere m'a acheté un truc qui me ressemble super beaucoup mais aussi quoi l'humour foireux ... un automate marmotte qui fait du nunchaku en chantant kung fu fighting quand tu lui appuie sur la papate gauche! pinku-tk Diary Entry

A little cafe-chantant artist seemed to enter a great city only to be lost in the crowd; the prints of hundreds of other feet closed over hers. Succedaneum

A band was playing in a cafe chantant hidden somewhere among the trees, and a woman had just stopped singing. The Man Who Was Thursday

I expect I look as if I came from a café chantant and have had some adventure on the way. Crime and Punishment

In the Grande Rue de Pera there was a café _chantant_ which was run by one Napoleon Flam. Recollections With Photogravure Portrait of the Author and a number of Original Letters, of which one by George Meredith and another by Robert Louis Stevenson are reproduced in facsimile

By the side of it are the terminus of the Bonneveine tram (p.  113) and the Alcazar Lyrique, a kind of superior café chantant. The South of France—East Half

Theatres of every grade abound, from the Grand Opera House down to the poor little café chantant, where gaudily-dressed females electrify the audience with popular ballads. The South of France—East Half

Belle Ariola, who danced the bolero at a _café chantant_, or in the ward of the Malesherbes Hôpital, interviewing an _apache_ with a cracked skull. Swirling Waters

He wandered about aimlessly and miserably, until a flaunting poster outside an all-night _café chantant_ caught his eye and decided him to enter and kill time until some plan for retrieving his failure might occur to him. Swirling Waters

There is no theatre, nor _café chantant_ open apparently. Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 102, June 4, 1892

Then he swung open my door and passed out into the night, whistling as he crossed my courtyard a _café chantant_ air that Germaine had taught him. A Village of Vagabonds

We had been the round of the Greek cafés which flourish in such numbers in Smyrna, where polyglot concerts and the worst features of the _café chantant_ seem never to tire their patrons. Lippincott's Magazine of Popular Literature and Science, Volume 22. July, 1878.

This aristocratic lady was known in the house as Madame la Princesse, and was the daughter of our ancient _paysanne_ and green-grocer, whom a Slav noble had taken from a _café chantant_ in Lippincott's Magazine, November 1885

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