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Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.
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But at receptions and teas and dances and musicals and committee meetings one or the other was on hand at Miss Dott's elbow.
CAP'N DAN'S DAUGHTERJOSEPH C. LINCOLN
There were also musicals at the house of Mrs. Sartoris, where the guests met her famous sister, Fanny Kemble.
ITALY, THE MAGIC LANDLILIAN WHITING
It has degenerated into a sort of social organization, with musicals, pink teas, and church suppers as attractions.
CARMEN ARIZACHARLES FRANCIS STOCKING
Again, the exceptional talent of so many gave us good musicals.
THE BIOGRAPHY OF A RABBITROY BENSON
He played the piano and the violin, and gave musicals where the new operas were interpreted.
ORIGINAL SHORT STORIES, VOLUME 5 (OF 13)GUY DE MAUPASSANT
Other musicals had been given in Washington, but none like this; other balls, but this was meant to surpass them all.
MRS. DARRELLFOXCROFT DAVIS
So far he had been assigned to westerns, detectives, documentaries, a fantasy of the future—but no musicals.
JIMSY AND THE MONSTERSWALT SHELDON
They would obtain good seats for the Degollado Theater season: plays, musicals, vaudeville.
WHEN THE OWL CRIESPAUL BARTLETT
The “Moments Musicals” especially are little mood pieces and impressionistic sketches with here and there a bit of realism.
HOW TO APPRECIATE MUSICGUSTAV KOBB
Mme. Steinheil then came to one of my receptions and promised to sing at one of my "musicals."
MY MEMOIRSMARGUERITE STEINHEIL