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  • noun Plural form of rehearser.

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Examples

  • I heard him as I came upstairs, and the theatre is engaged of course by those indefatigable rehearsers, Agatha and

    Mansfield Park

  • This practice has never subsisted within time of memory, nor was much credit due to such rehearsers, who might obtrude fictitious pedigrees, either to please their masters, or to hide the deficiency of their own memories.

    A Journey to the Western Isles of Scotland

  • Admirable sophists, and explorers of the sublimities of the unknown Father, and rehearsers of those super-celestial mysteries

    ANF01. The Apostolic Fathers with Justin Martyr and Irenaeus

  • In this confused welter of rehearsers, his opportunities of talking with Molly were infinitesimal.

    The Intrusion of Jimmy

  • I heard him as I came up stairs, and the theatre is engaged of course by those indefatigable rehearsers, Agatha and Frederick.

    Mansfield Park

  • I heard him as I came upstairs, and the theatre is engaged of course by those indefatigable rehearsers, Agatha and Frederick.

    Mansfield Park

  • This practice has never subsisted within time of memory, nor was much credit due to such rehearsers, who might obtrude fictitious pedigrees, either to please their masters, or to hide the deficiency of their own memories.

    Journey to the Western Islands of Scotland

  • "Not only has she forged all of us into fine performers and fine rehearsers and fine technicians, but she has also provided us with entrepreneurship skills, the ability to market ourselves, the ability to get other people excited about the music that we are playing and the contributions that we are making in the artistic community," Robinette said.

    The Daily Beacon

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