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synonyms for staccato

  • litany
  • recurrence
  • reiteration
  • repeat
  • rhythm
  • alliteration
  • chant
  • chorus
  • copy
  • echo
  • encore
  • iteration
  • paraphrase
  • periodicity
  • perseveration
  • practice
  • reappearance
  • recapitulation
  • recital
  • redundancy
  • rehearsal
  • relation
  • renewal
  • repetitiousness
  • replication
  • report
  • reproduction
  • restatement
  • return
  • rote
  • tautology
  • broken record
  • ingemination
  • iteracy
  • iterance
  • reoccurrence
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antonyms for staccato

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  • original
  • instance
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How to use staccato in a sentence

One reason these numbers have been climbing, Grandjean suspects, is the means by which the news is increasingly delivered these days, for instance, in staccato alerts via social media.
REASONS TO BE CHEERFUL (EP. 417)STEPHEN J. DUBNERMAY 7, 2020FREAKONOMICS
Then a silence ensued, broken at first by sporadic and staccato remarks, then becoming as dense as the silences of the night.
ANCESTORSGERTRUDE ATHERTON
There came a staccato series of minor explosions—defiant gesture, thought Beardsley!
WE'RE FRIENDS, NOWHENRY HASSE
Safe enough for the time being, said Doctor Fortier, breaking in in quick, staccato tones.
THE WOMAN GIVESOWEN JOHNSON
The shrill staccato words of the women set the child trembling.
PATCHWORKANNA BALMER MYERS
She stood still on the sidewalk, exploding into tiny, staccato sentences.
JANE JOURNEYS ONRUTH COMFORT MITCHELL
The song died, as Mahmud gulped out words that tumbled over each other with staccato vehemence.
CURSEDGEORGE ALLAN ENGLAND
No longer was there the staccato of exploding gases, but instead a thundering roar.
THE FLYING REPORTERLEWIS E. (LEWIS EDWIN) THEISS
Erickson shot the words at him staccato-fashion, as if they were things known from Great Primer days.
THE DAY TIME STOPPED MOVINGBRADNER BUCKNER
But the capstan pawls began to click in staccato, showing that the anchor had been broken out.
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