Examples of coda in a Sentence
The movie's coda shows the main character as an adult 25 years later.
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As a coda, at the end of the week Corker renewed his public complaints about Trump’s undercutting of Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
During one of those sessions, the idea came up of him playing the saxophone after the tumor was removed — the coda to signal that all had gone well.
In a late Saturday night email, Cecsarini — sound designer as well as director for this production — assured me the problem had been fixed, while adding a coda.
The effect of the sul ponticello (played on the bridge of the strings) 16th-notes that launched the coda was positively spooky.
The docket was the coda to the STUDENT DROPOUT REPORT—the county jail was where the dropouts landed.
The frenzied pre-dawn hours in McDonough, Georgia, marked the end of Suzy's life and a bizarre coda to Ringling's 146-year reign.
Dorman's measured accelerando in the coda sealed the deal on an outstanding performance.
The frenzied pre-dawn hours in McDonough, Ga., marked the end of Suzy’s life and a bizarre coda to Ringling’s 146-year reign.
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Origin and Etymology of coda
First Known Use: circa 1753See Words from the same year
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