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
Septime Webre’s ballet adaptation of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s classic novel of the 1920s returns for an encore performance.
In a manic blur, the director locks the concert hall doors and assembles an encore performance, which after a negotiation of 20,000 rubles the pianist agrees to, despite her loathing of the Soviet Union’s leader.
That work will now get an encore performance, but in a different form.
With Ole Miss having a small lineup, Porter has the chance to go off for an encore performance against the Rebels after torching them for 18 points, 13 rebounds and five blocks in Missouri’s Feb. 4 win in Oxford.
Constant minority-catalysed chastisement and slander washed over those attempting to find some way back into the contest, with smatterings of obtuse cries to the absent owner a periodic encore.
Following an encore presentation of STRONG STYLE EVOLVED on Friday, March 30 at 8pE/5pP, AXS TV presents two nights from NJPW’s 46th Anniversary Show.
Videos from Steph’s bash reveal some hilarious revelry, including Kerr, Curry and Klay Thompson cuttin’ it up on the dance floor (Kerr definitely has some moves, not to be confused with elegance, and may not be up for an encore any time soon).
Want an encore to the all-SEC national championship football game?
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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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