Crooner vs Crooned - What's the difference?
As a noun crooner
is one who croons; a singer, usually male, especially of popular music.
As a verb crooned is
One who croons; a singer, usually male, especially of popular music.
- My mom likes to listen to old crooners like Frank Sinatra and Tommy Dorsey.
To hum or sing softly or in a sentimental manner.
* Charlotte Brontë
To soothe by singing softly.
* Charles Dickens
- Hearing such stanzas crooned in her praise.
(Scotland) To make a continuous hollow moan, as cattle do when in pain.
- The fragment of the childish hymn with which he sung and crooned himself asleep.
A soft or sentimental hum or song.
, date=June 26
, author=Genevieve Koski
, title=Music: Reviews: Justin Bieber: Believe
, work=The Onion AV Club
, passage=And really, Michael Jackson is a more fitting aspiration for the similarly sexless would-be-former teen heartthrob, who’s compared himself to the late King Of Pop (perhaps a bit prematurely) on several occasions and sings in a Jackson-like croon
over a sample of “We’ve Got A Good Thing Going” on Believe’s “Die In Your Arms.” }}