- v. present participle of encore.
“Law & Order and Law & Order: SVU are "encoring" on”
“Steve Ward is encoring as engineer, and deckhands Freddie Maughtai and Ryan Simpson will round out the happy crew.”
“But the group still salutes its roots by encoring with “Free Bird,” its tribute to the founder of the Allman Brothers, Duane Allman.”
“Rebecca was as frank and fond of Mrs. Bute as if the other had never been her enemy; she was affectionately interested in the dear girls, and surprised at the progress which they had made in music since her time, and insisted upon encoring one of the duets out of the great song-books which”
“The audience fell to applauding desperately, encoring ....”
“It was possibly in honour of those days that Smith revived their antique number Industrial Estate (chorus: Yeah, yeah, industrial estate!), a prospect as likely as David Bowie encoring with The Laughing Gnome.”
“The audience was in an encoring humour, but, thank goodness, only a few encores were taken, and the others left, otherwise none of us would have been home till sunrise.”
“We applaud lustily; we begin the encoring business here, which, having once started, we do not intend to give up again.”
“Guards ', Cavalry and Bath Club stands insisted upon encoring both players' wonderful putts at the 16th green, and the consequent delay of nearly ten minutes, there were some rather ugly manifestations of impatience in the cheaper seats.”
“But I don't feel yet like encoring the turn any;”
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