rehearse

All Verb Noun
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  • Then she would have us rehearse our old songs to our new music. Cited from A Set of Rogues, by Frank Barrett
  • We had never had a moment yet when we could rehearse all together. Cited from Courts of Memory, by L. de Hegermann-Lindencrone
  • The band spent the first time after having formed writing material and rehearsing.
  • The children rehearse over and over about what to say if asked about their father.
  • He also claims that he does not rehearse before going out on stage.
  • Other members joined soon after, and the band began writing and rehearsing almost immediately.
  • After many months of rehearsing, they began the recording of their third album.
  • They rehearsed four times a week for nearly two years before giving their first concert.
  • So far the public performance could not have gone better if it had been rehearsed. Cited from The Honorable Peter Stirling and What People Thought of Him, by Ford
  • The next six months were spent rehearsing and writing material for the new band.
  • Within the first year the three got back together to rehearse and eventually record their first album.
  • At this location, the band would rehearse and play their first live show.
  • The band had no time to rehearse a live performance except between takes on set.
  • They rehearsed the song just a few times before the show began.
  • The all new songs were rehearsed in two days and then recorded in another two days.
  • Here was a man doing something we had never rehearsed as a team. Cited from Football Days, by William H. Edwards
  • The band started work by rehearsing every other day and making songs.
  • They rehearsed the work together a few days before the official opening.
  • Although we could have rehearsed it a little more, we still believed in it.
  • They rehearse for two and a half hours six times a month during the regular school year.
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Words starting with rehearse

Meaning of rehearse

  • verb Engage in a rehearsal (of)