montage

[ mon-tahzh; French mawn-tazh ]SEE DEFINITION OF montage
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Consciousness came back in little dribbles like a montage—half reality and half nightmare of the insomniac.

At all events he owed his success in life primarily to Montage, to whom he appears to have acted as a sort of agent.

There were newsreel shots of V-1 and V-2 being blasted from their takeoff ramps and a montage of later experimental models.

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