Antonyms for premiere

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Despite the excitement of the premiere, Janet and Helen were up early.

Helen scanned a morning paper for an account of the premiere.

Miss Rennsdale was beautiful; she danced like a premiere; she had every charm but age.

What is the difference between a premiere danseuse and a duck?

One of the premiere danseuses of the Opera from 1817 to 1827.

Strindberg was present at the premiere and although it was well received, to him it was all a fine occasion—except the play!

It had the unheard of distinction of being acted sixteen times in one month, from the premiere night to April 22.

She proceeded to give the Sanfordites a spectacle in toe dancing worthy a premiere.

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