opera

[ op-er-uh, op-ruh ]SEE DEFINITION OF opera

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR OPERA

It was the night you and the folks went to the opera with the Oldakers.

(§ 11), likens Plautine drama to "an opera of the early schools."

I gained nothing; the Opera gives me my best chance to see and be seen.

Sing by all means; but, if you must have immediate results, not in opera.

The opera was announced for June 11, but Faustina declared herself indisposed.

In any case, it was evident that Italian opera was a precarious enterprise.

The subscribers to the opera would see little in it that was incongruous.

Opera at both houses had been killed, mainly by the folly of party strife.

He added, with waving of his antennae eyebrows: "It was Helen's first opera."

I had a partial engagement for Monday with John; but he'll let me off, to go to the Opera.

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