Examples of coda in a Sentence
The movie's coda shows the main character as an adult 25 years later.
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Reputation or skill' Plus, that section of the new legislation has a puzzling coda.
In a gruesome coda to the incident, pictures and videos from the lynching also went viral.
Also, the symphony’s high point is the fourth-movement coda, when the composer tears off his Scottish mask and reveals himself with the kind of swagger not often heard from his Biedermeier sensibility.
In a bizarre coda to the the Los Angeles Clippers' chippy 113-102 home win against the Houston Rockets on Monday, there was a confrontation of sorts in the Clippers' locker room.
In fact, that fall, a mysterious tragedy befell two of the parties involved in the spat over the bakery inspection, bringing a strangely symmetrical coda to the controversy.
But during the virtuosic variations, especially the breathless coda, Ms. Weilerstein’s playing had incisive attack, manic energy, and, when called for, rough, bristling tone.
To put a coda on the latest chapter, LaChapelle decided to compile a book with some of his latest work.
And the long-troubling notion that a person’s significance is simply a product of heredity is vaporized with the reveal about Ray’s junktrading parents, cemented by a coda that sees a force-wielding slave kid dreaming of rebellion.
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Origin and Etymology of coda
First Known Use: circa 1753See Words from the same year
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