Examples of coda in a Sentence
The movie's coda shows the main character as an adult 25 years later.
Recent Examples of coda from the Web
No coda for Spicer’s turn as our reality television president’s dancing monkey would be quite as poetic as Spicer becoming a dancing monkey on reality television.
Shot at redemption or sad coda to past glory for both sides?
Oven-roasted peaches are the perfect coda to a meal.
The coda is a little too short; there's room for more extended reflection after so much drama.
But in the cruel custom of the festival grounds, before her band had even finished the song's glistening coda, most folks' attention had already turned to the Green Stage in anticipation of A Tribe Called Quest.
The victory provided Ryan a nice coda to a day that also saw him deliver what his office billed as his first major address on a tax code overhaul.
A quick coda: The last count of the obstruction of justice article again condemned the president for lying — but to the public.
In the rhapsodic coda, Potter's phrases soared over a swirl of instrumental sound.
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Origin and Etymology of coda
First Known Use: circa 1753See Words from the same year
CODA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of coda for English Language Learners
: an ending part of a piece of music or a work of literature or drama that is separate from the earlier parts
: something that ends and completes something else
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