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rehearse

verb

Synonyms and Antonyms of rehearse

  1. 1 to do over and over so as to become skilled the orchestra rehearsed the symphony until they finally got it to the conductor's satisfaction Synonyms exercise, practice, run overRelated Words groove, perfect, refine; point (for), prepare (for), train (with); drill, repeat; work (at or on); review, study

  2. 2 to give an oral or written account of in some detail wrote a letter to the management rehearsing in lurid detail our terrible stay at their hotel Synonyms chart, chronicle, describe, narrate, recite, recount, tell, relate, reportRelated Words deliver, give, reel off, state, utter, voice; detail, enumerate, itemize, particularize; bare, disclose, divulge, expose, let on (about), reveal; delineate, depict, express, render, sketch

  3. 3 to say or state again rehearsed her story about why she was late as she walked into the meeting Synonyms chime, din, iterate, repeat, reiterateRelated Words paraphrase, reword; echo, reecho; mouth, parrot; abstract, encapsulate, epitomize, outline, recap, recapitulate, summarize, sum up

  4. 4 to specify one after another rehearsed the list of things he wanted for his birthday so that there would be no doubt in my mind Synonyms detail, itemize, list, numerate, recite, reel off, enumerate, tick (off)Related Words outline; tabulate, tally; catalog (or catalogue), inventory; chart, diagram, graph; calculate, compute, estimate, figure, reckon; cite, mention, nameNear Antonyms generalize



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