Definition of singable in English:

singable

Pronunciation /ˈsiNGəb(ə)l/ /ˈsɪŋəb(ə)l/

adjective

See sing

‘The tunes were perfectly suited for FM Radio, and riddled with major chord-laden hooks, and melodic, singable choruses.’
  • ‘Vecchi composed some excellent church music, but his fame rests on his light madrigals and canzonettas, written in an eminently singable and attractive style.’
  • ‘It's a great mix of heavy melodies played with soft distortion resulting in big, anthemic songs that are singable without being too poppy.’
  • ‘Sallee's arrangements are simple, singable and make it easy to teach adherence to the printed page.’
  • ‘Too many bands claiming experimental status eventually break out at least a few of rock's conventions - a power chord here, a singable chorus there.’