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  • noun Plural form of interlude.

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Examples

  • It had something to do with regrets and tensions between two newlyweds on their wedding night in a fancy hotel with comedic interludes from the overly exuberant hotel staff.

    Archive 2006-11-01

  • It had something to do with regrets and tensions between two newlyweds on their wedding night in a fancy hotel with comedic interludes from the overly exuberant hotel staff.

    Grand

  • The writer penned most of the lyrics for the unusual assortment of songs and spoken-word interludes that appear on the new record, but he doesn't actually sing or otherwise perform — unlike some of his peers.

    Books & Writers

  • This is one of several excerpts from Lauryn Hill's MTV Unplugged No 2.0 album, in which the sassy, soulful singer and MC showcased her new sound: half-finished, downbeat acoustic numbers interspersed with a series of spoken-word interludes that covered, as listedin a recent Guardian music blog, "depression, severe discomfort withfame, and a kind of creative perfectionism".

    Call that a change of direction?

  • The writer penned most of the lyrics for the unusual assortment of songs and spoken-word interludes that appear on the new record, but he doesn't actually sing or otherwise perform — unlike some of his peers.

    September 2008

  • The writer penned most of the lyrics for the unusual assortment of songs and spoken-word interludes that appear on the new record, but he doesn't actually sing or otherwise perform — unlike some of his peers.

    Musical Lethem

  • Something similar happens when spoken word interludes emerge, and they often flounder some beats -- you don't need drum 'n bass to seem diverse.

    Derek Beres: The Champion Nation is Apocalyptic: Heavyweight Dub Champion Makes Good Use of KRS-One

  • It isn't confusing since the past parts are referred to as interludes with the exception of the prologue, which goes between the past and further past without as much warning as to when it's changed times.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • The spoken-word interludes - excerpts from Dowland's letter to Queen Elizabeth I's Secretary of State Sir Robert Cecil - are well-intentioned but still a bit cloying.

    Songs From The Labyrinth

  • The spoken-word interludes - excerpts from Dowland's letter to Queen Elizabeth I's Secretary of State Sir Robert Cecil - are well-intentioned but still a bit cloying.

    Songs From The Labyrinth

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