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noun as in recapitulation

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I had already done a parody of the song “Tradition” from “Fiddler on the Roof,” but then when the word “sedition” came into the zeitgeist, thanks to you-know-who, everyone was clamoring for a reprise.

Their quarterfinal was a reprise of the July 11 Wimbledon final, which Djokovic won in four sets.

This week, he had Brian Williams reprise his role as newsman-turned-jazzman.

She has signed on to reprise her role as Jackie Kennedy in the Reelz drama, The Kennedys: After Camelot.

Jack Nicholson was also approached to reprise his role as the Joker.

Christian Bale was reportedly offered $50 million to reprise the role of Batman in Superman vs. Batman.

But naturally my hope is that the actors would reprise their roles.

The second boiling or digestion is technically termed the reprise.

Mais il faut bien, lheure marque que la chaine soit reprise et que la petite lampe vacillante brille de nouveau dans la maison.

Les sirènes des usines qui beuglaient la reprise du travail mirent fin à ce supplice.

During this reprise little glints of reminiscence of the pastoral are seen.

The reprise of the dance was brief, and he had to surrender her from his embrace.


On this page you'll find 160 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to reprise, such as: peroration, and summary.

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