- interj. voilà
- Supposed to represent a fanfare. (Wiktionary)
“And even when the story you're trying to tell is broad, it must fit on the size of a postage stamp with all the bravado and ta-da of a pop-up book.”
“But he has just finished taping his first "Worst Persons" Web video today's winner – ta-da!”
“This results in behaviour in the general "Charlie" spectrum, which leads ta-da! to a lot of unhappy women and probably children, too.”
“It's enjoyable to evaluate how well each image fools the eye, and every time a scene coalesces there is a kind of "ta-da" moment.”
“And ta-da ... more biking = less dependence on that oily stuff”
“Again, there is no denying that the stage arts want to dazzle, too: The vocal pyrotechnics in opera, repetitive turns in ballet, or melodramatic breakdowns in plays all result in "ta-da" moments that the audience rewards with applause.”
“I followed her in knee-high, pointy-toed boots and a big, black, furry jacket that screamed ta-da!”
“Well you have something she is really gonna like this year... ta-da!”
“The distinctive "L&O" bonging ta-da sound had been added, as had the familiar character of Deputy District Attorney Connie Rubirosa Alana De La Garza, last seen back on the original "Law & Order.”
“Jili flung her arms toward her husband as if to say ta-da!”
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