Caroler (noun)

A person who sings carols, especially at Christmas time.

Origin:

Late 16th century: from french carole (see carol).

Examples:

  1. The carolers sang joyfully as they walked down the street.
  2. The carolers were greeted warmly by the families they visited, who welcomed their festive songs.
  3. The carolers were a common sight in the town during the holiday season.
  4. The carolers gathered around the tree, their voices rising in song.
  5. The carolers brought a sense of holiday cheer wherever they went, spreading good will and joy through their songs.
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