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  • verb Present participle of syncopate.

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Examples

  • The way different sounds gradually faded in and out, overlapping and syncopating!

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  • The lower strings grow more agitated, the woodwind raindrops become more frequent, and Rossini suggests the randomness of falling rain by syncopating these drops off the driving beat of the pizzicato double basses.

    The Splendid Start to a Farewell to Opera

  • The way different sounds gradually faded in and out, overlapping and syncopating!

    mri | clusterflock

  • I tried to pull out clips that made sense image or vibe-wise and put them together in a way that flowed, syncopating them with the beat and changes in the music.

    Georgianne Nienaber: Music Video On A Shoestring: Heat Stroke, Heart and Social Media to the Rescue

  • He thought syncopating rhythm had a lot in common with the "dynamic equilibirum" he sought in his abstractions.

    When Less Was More

  • Four negro banjo players and as many jubilee singers titillated the jaded senses of the guests in a manner achieved by the infamous saxophone syncopating jazz of the

    Satyricon

  • “Hah,” “Hah,” each time he connected with a jab, syncopating the rhythms.

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  • She couldn't see him, and Switters caught only the briefest glimpse of her, but it was enough to set his pulses syncopating the way they used to do when Suzy entered the room.

    Fierce Invalids Home From Hot Climates

  • She couldn't see him, and Switters caught only the briefest glimpse of her, but it was enough to set his pulses syncopating the way they used to do when Suzy entered the room.

    Fierce Invalids Home from Hot Climates

  • Four negro banjo players and as many jubilee singers titillated the jaded senses of the guests in a manner achieved by the infamous saxophone syncopating jazz of the Barbary Coast of our times.

    The Satyricon — Complete

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