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The musicale was discussed and Miss Landgrave's singing praised.

The drawing-room was delicious that May afternoon—the next after the musicale at Landgrave's.

The death of her husband must have been a dreadful blow to Mrs. Musicale.

Clara had gone to the musicale and would not be home until late.

Four were going to a musicale, half a dozen to do some last shopping.

You've got to have your clothes if you're going to the musicale.

Yet she goes to New York the very day her friend gives a musicale.

A musicale, or a musical reception, is a difficult entertainment.

If the musicale is for afternoon, it partakes of the nature of the matine.

When you would enjoy a movie, I shall have a musicale here at home.

WORD ORIGIN

"musical party," 1872, from French musicale, short for soirée musicale "musical evening (party);" see musical (adj.).

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