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See definition of operas on Dictionary.com
  • as inmusic
  • as inperformance
  • as inplay
  • as insong
  • as inopera house

synonyms for operas

  • melody
  • opera
  • piece
  • rap
  • rock
  • singing
  • soul
  • tune
  • acoustic
  • air
  • bebop
  • bop
  • chamber
  • classical
  • folk
  • fusion
  • harmony
  • hymn
  • jazz
  • measure
  • modern
  • plainsong
  • ragtime
  • refrain
  • song
  • strain
  • swing
  • a cappella
  • hard rock
  • heavy metal
  • instrumental
  • popular
  • rock and roll

antonyms for operas

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  • silence
  • hiding
  • reality
  • direction
  • failure
  • ineffectualness
  • inefficiency
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        How to use operas in a sentence

        Tchaikovsky was familiar with this style of orchestration from the operas of Meyerbeer and Glinka.
        THE LIFE & LETTERS OF PETER ILICH TCHAIKOVSKYMODESTE TCHAIKOVSKY
        It seems to be a foregone conclusion that I shall never hear a good performance of one of my operas.
        THE LIFE & LETTERS OF PETER ILICH TCHAIKOVSKYMODESTE TCHAIKOVSKY
        Perhaps you thought they always sat on practicable rocks and made stiff gestures, from the elbow, as they do in the Wagner operas?
        PENELOPE'S EXPERIENCES IN SCOTLANDKATE DOUGLAS WIGGIN
        Also such singers, male and female, as were required for the operas proposed for representation had to take to the road.
        FREDERICK CHOPIN AS A MAN AND MUSICIANFREDERICK NIECKS
        Rossini's "La Donna del lago," in Italian, is mentioned among the operas about to be performed.
        FREDERICK CHOPIN AS A MAN AND MUSICIANFREDERICK NIECKS
        There was but little advantage, from a musical point of view, in listening to these operas.
        AUTOBIOGRAPHICAL REMINISCENCES WITH FAMILY LETTERS AND NOTES ON MUSICCHARLES GOUNOD
        During the following six years he wrote no less than twenty-three operas, many of which were cheap imitations of Rossini.
        A HISTORY OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY, YEAR BY YEAREDWIN EMERSON
        His fourth, "Zoraide di Granada," was such a success that he was exempted from further military Early operas service in 1822.
        A HISTORY OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY, YEAR BY YEAREDWIN EMERSON
        David planned processions marching to patriotic airs, and shallow operas were performed in the streets.
        THE STONES OF PARIS IN HISTORY AND LETTERS, VOLUME I (OF 2)BENJAMIN ELLIS MARTIN
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        OCTOBER 26, 1985
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