performance

[ per-fawr-muh ns ]

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.

The world is a stage, and life is a farce, and he that laughs most has most profit of the performance.

On the eventful afternoon of the performance the road was gay with teams.

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.

RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR PERFORMANCE

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