performance[ per-fawr-muh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF performance
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PERFORMANCE
At length the curtain fell, and the evening's performance was over.
It would never do to leave in the middle of the performance.
A rehearsal, of course, must be very different from a performance.
He had expected some sort of festivity after the performance, but there was none.
He said very little about his intentions; performance was enough for him.
Of that performance let naught be spoken, save in reverence.
On the eventful afternoon of the performance the road was gay with teams.
The world is a stage, and life is a farce, and he that laughs most has most profit of the performance.
I suppose there was a failure in the performance of a contract, or something of that kind, was there?'
But he had two consolations at the close of the performance.