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
Rahsul Faison’s attempt at an encore to a record-setting season will be challenging, to say the least.
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The encore performance of the parade, which initially ran from 1972 to 1996, was originally scheduled to end in June before being extended to the new date.
The violinist rewarded the cheering throng with an additional explosion of bravura fiddle playing in his encore, Niccolo Paganini’s Caprice No.
But what could serve as an encore for a community chorus after performing at those famous venues in New York City?
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For his encore, Buffett and his vaunted collaborator Mac McAnally staged a coup de theater.
And as an encore, his nephew, Eddy Weir, joined Matt Wycliffe (who plays Buddy) on stage, for a rocking guitar duet.
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Origin and Etymology of encore
First Known Use: 1712See Words from the same year
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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