presto[ pres-toh ]SEE DEFINITION OF presto
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PRESTO
Suddenly a little whiff of air enters the pile, when, presto!
A presto ingeniously represents the quick movements of the stag.
A slight motion of one of my feet at this juncture, however, and, presto!
Then my success is certain; I think you'll say so when I draw the curtain, And, presto!
Then presto—the sun moves round, and my window is transformed!
Presto, it was done, and with a mental snap that almost blinded me.
Presto was the dog that lay under the table while we talked.
The orchestra struck the first notes of a thrilling waltz, and presto!
"You just waved your wand, I suppose, and said 'Presto change,'" returned the young man.
Of course, no one can be at a loss to distinguish a Largo from a Presto.