What rhymes superstition?

What rhymes superstition?

Word Rhyme rating Categories
demolition 100 Noun
apparition 100 Noun
premonition 100 Noun
mortician 100 Noun

How do you compliment a good song?

Judges comments

  1. “Great musicianship, you play with confidence and vocally you have a really good tone.”
  2. “Vocally you have a great tone and really good control on the high notes, a great overall performance.”
  3. “Vocally you have a booming voice and bags of character in your tone.”
  4. “Great power and control are all there!”

How do you praise a girl’s voice?

  1. “You have a voice that makes girls want to throw their panties at you.”
  2. (True story) “You have a voice that melts panties.”
  3. “What’s my name? …
  4. “Go on.
  5. “Stop talking.
  6. (True story) “My utilities bill is going up, thanks to you.” “How come?” “Because I keep having to wash my boxers/briefs after every time we talk.”

What do you call a beautiful voice?

Something euphonious sounds beautiful and pleasant. “You have a euphonious voice!” is a great compliment for a singer. This word sounds pretty when you say it, so it makes sense that it describes something pleasing to the ear.

How do you encourage a singer?

Here are five great habits to encourage in your singers.

  1. Stand. Never underestimate the importance of good posture for choral singing.
  2. Listen. Encouraging your singers to listen will stand them in good stead, both in the learning and performing of repertoire.
  3. Brighten.
  4. Learn.
  5. Watch.

What is a soulful voice?

adjective. Something that is soulful expresses deep feelings, especially sadness or love.

How do you convince someone to sing?

To minimize the self-consciousness of the students singing alone,try these suggestions.

  1. Use props. (The child who throws the ball sings its trajectory.
  2. Focus on somebody else.
  3. Have the students close their eyes.
  4. Let students listen to the sound of their own voice or your voice through a hose or tube.

What is mesmerizing voice?

to hold completely the attention or interest of someone: Her beautiful voice mesmerized the audience.