Definitions

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  • adjective Of or pertaining to a repertory.

Etymologies

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repertory +‎ -al

Examples

  • I subsequently wrote a few not-especially-memorable lyrics for B. & The M. s, the most well known being "City Girls," which still struggles asthmatically to the surface of the RatDog repertorial pool now and again; but my best and first effort was "Victim or The Crime."

    The Crime, and Its Victims

  • He determined to do better, and wrote a play, Christine, which pleased the repertorial committee of the Théâtre Français, but was received with scorn by Picard, the leading comedian of the day.

    World’s Great Men of Color

  • He determined to do better, and wrote a play, Christine, which pleased the repertorial committee of the Théâtre Français, but was received with scorn by Picard, the leading comedian of the day.

    World’s Great Men of Color

  • He determined to do better, and wrote a play, Christine, which pleased the repertorial committee of the Théâtre Français, but was received with scorn by Picard, the leading comedian of the day.

    World’s Great Men of Color

  • Once more the little wireless office became the focus of repertorial attention.

    The Sign at Six

  • That photo of David Remnick that accompanies the article -- it reminds of Jerzy Kosinski imitating a hawk, not that Kosinski ever imitated a hawk; he may not have included any bird impressions among his repertorial array of talents and disguises, but if he did, oh well you get the idea.

    the latest from teenvogue.com

  • You knew Israel at 60 concert didn't exactly discover unplowed repertorial ground, with a popular Mozart piano concerto and Beethoven's Fifth Symphony, the latter heard on the same Knight

    WN.com - Articles related to The new age Maratha war

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