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In 2020, Ghost of Tsushima got to be the PlayStation 4’s swan song.

Had the Olympics taken place last summer, veterans such as Megan Rapinoe and Carli Lloyd probably would’ve had their swan songs.

At an age when most actresses are settling into occasional cameos and swan-song performances, Leachman is only accelerating.

As long as there are a few duets in there and the lights go out on a wonderful swan song.

Théophile Gautier wrote of him, "That exhibition was Marilhat's swan song, and the works he sent were eight diamonds."

I believe,” Mollie smiled to herself, “that the autumn leaves sing their swan song, too.

An Adirondack loon fortifying his utterance by a cracked fish-horn is the nearest approach to a healthy swan-song.

It's my swan-song, my retirement from literature permanently, and I wish to pass to the cemetery unclodded.

Whistle softly and a bright-coated fellow will run up even upon your shoulder to show his appreciation of the Swan Song.


On this page you'll find 38 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to swan song, such as: farewell, wind up, adieu, climax, closer, and coda.

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