Examples of encore in a Sentence
He sang a folk song as an encore.
Her first novel was a best seller—but what is she going to do for an encore?
Recent Examples of encore from the Web
Even if Ellington winds up elsewhere, the Heat still likely would go into the luxury tax if guard Dwyane Wade is brought back for an encore season, almost assuredly to seek the $5.3 million taxpayer mid-level exception.
The Tennis Channel will air encore matches starting at 4:30 p.m. ET.
Even the inevitable full-cast encore, often a cue for frenzy, doesn’t overpower us.
Orchestras gearing up for a tour invariably prepare encores that are tried out first on their local audiences.
Each soloist delivered a solo piece of J.S. Bach at encore time.
The Tanglewood reception wasn’t extravagant, even though his encore, the Chopin Nocturne in C-sharp minor, showed Lang Lang’s filigree legato at its very best.
The applause called the young artist back to his piano for an encore.
So, what will Dana Altman and his staff do for an encore.
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ENCORE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of encore for English Language Learners
: an extra piece of music performed in response to a request from the audience
: something that follows a success
ENCORE Defined for Kids
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