concert[ noun, adjective kon-surt, -sert; verb kuh n-surt ]SEE DEFINITION OF concert
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONCERT
After coffee we were ushered into the drawing-room, and listened to a concert.
It was simply a concert of howling monkeys that had so terrified me!
The only mitigating feature of the business was that the matter to be reported was only a concert.
And it would not do to let them have a wrong impression about the concert.
He could imagine the talk there would be in Ballyards about his criticism of the concert.
"This ain't the concert," he replied, much as if she had proposed going to the polls.
This concert in the silent square made the most prodigious effect.
Again they all laughed in concert; and again Mr Pecksniff laughed especially.
When everything was prepared for the second concert there came a bolt from the blue.
But adulation, flunkeyism, concert, covered the spark with dirt and mud.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR CONCERT
- back up
- be in cahoots
- chip in
- comply with
- go along with
- join forces
- join in
- lend a hand
- pitch in
- play ball
- pool resources
- pull together
- share in
- show willingness
- side with
- stick together
- take part
- work side by side
- work together