Word of the Day – May 25 – Troubadour

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Noun: Troubadour (TROO-buh-dor)


1. A lyric poet or musician who performed chiefly in southern France and northern Italy in the 11th through 13th centuries.

2. A singer, especially of folk songs.

Sample sentence: My favorite singer, Gordon Lightfoot, is a modern-day troubadour.

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