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I’ve started doing it less frequently, but I’ve incorporated YouTube live-streaming into my repertoire.

Once added to the repertoire of pathogens that affect human societies, most infectious diseases are here to stay.

For his part, Davis has consistently expanded his offensive repertoire, reaching new heights alongside LeBron.

It is not a projection from the symbolic repertoire of our cultural history, nor an arbitrary thought, but the inside, the existential side of the natural world’s biological functioning.

Human beings, more than any other living things, are characterized by an almost unlimited repertoire, a behavioral range that exceeds that of any other living creature.

Then he called out “Cherokee,” the name of one of the most famous, and fastest, tunes in the bebop repertoire.

He just sort of takes in the entire repertoire of a person: their voice, gestures, movements, idiosyncrasies, habits.

Their repertoire apparently knows no limits, nor does their energy onstage.

They also played “Freebird,” a song not typically included in their repertoire.

Occasionally, her repertoire includes songs from “West Side Story.”

That's the crushing kind of repertoire he gives his pupils—so exhaustive and complete in every department.

And when these have passed, the little orgue de Barbarie plays its repertoire of quadrilles and waltzes under your window.

He knew his business, and went through his own repertoire with great energy and excitement.

The operatic repertoire at that date consisted mostly of works by Bellini, Donizetti, and Mercadante.

There were, of course, very many more pieces that Mr. Pittar played in, but these two were the chef d'oeuvres of his repertoire.

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On this page you'll find 10 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to repertoire, such as: repertory, range, repository, reserve, stock, and stockpile.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.