repertoire

[ rep-er-twahr, -twawr, rep-uh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF repertoire

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His repertoire was, therefore, extensive and at times astonishing.

The repertoire of even the best amateur is apt to be a small one.

I intend to play all your plays in a repertoire, and you're to write me others as I need them.

These met with success, and are still in the repertoire of the Comedie Francaise.

One of them has completely disappeared from the repertoire of the lyric stage.

John went and soon exhausted his repertoire of conversation.

His repertoire was composed of hymns and songs of a rather solemn cast.

One must do something besides act when not appearing in repertoire.

Add Salvador, Trinidad and Concepcion, and their repertoire is almost exhausted.

Jake ended with a few more selections from his repertoire of swear-words.

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