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noun as in test of ability

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When she was 16, an agent signed her and sent her off on a bunch of acting auditions.

It took two or three more auditions to warm them up to the idea of casting him.

The experience of preparing for the auditions and the bit parts with different kinds of directors was a big learning experience.

You go through so many auditions and so many nos and so many jobs not working out.

But I crossed that bridge and we agreed to do it, and then we held auditions and Meg read with Billy.

Mackar also started his gratuitous Auditions of Tchaikovskys works.

This experience suggested to us the idea of "musical auditions," if you wish "concerts for children."

Finally, these things show that the whole business of correcting some false auditions is very difficult.

These Auditions, in spite of the free admission, were not very well patronised by the Paris public, who were satiated with music.


On this page you'll find 7 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to auditions, such as: tryout, trial, audience, reading, hearing, and try on.

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