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Genre in a sentence

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Sentence count:166Posted:2016-07-21Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: literary genremusic genremusical genremusical stylewriting styleSimilar words: enrollin returnin return forin regard toin relation tounrelentinglygeneagentMeaning: ['ʒɑnrə /'ʒɒnrə]  n. 1. a kind of literary or artistic work 2. a style of expressing yourself in writing 3. an expressive style of music 4. a class of art (or artistic endeavor) having a characteristic form or technique. 
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1. What genre does the book fall into - comedy or tragedy?
2. Kindergartners write in every genre imaginable.
3. But it became my genre because of John Woo.
4. Science fiction as a genre is relatively new.
5. Could this be the birth of a new genre?
6. Defeat is built into the genre.
7. The comedia lacrimosa is a minor genre.
8. The novel is from the genre of magical realism.
9. The more highly constrained and ritualised the genre, the more likely we are to be able to identify norms.
10. People are afraid of the horror genre as a whole and parents are afraid their children might be exposed to bad influences.
11. The novel is not merely one genre among other genres.
12. Therefore the genre of Troilus and Cressida is as inconstant as the characters it describes.
13. Review by Simon Caulkin As a genre, the business documentary has a respectable literary parentage.
14. The genre is wider and more experimental and now has the element of pastiche.
15. Yes, this is post-industrial noise in the genre of the completely unlistenable Test Department.
16. And the new genre of populist politicians will have to deliver far more than free elections.
17. The relationship between industry and genre is widely accepted, though less widely researched.
18. But the genre always seems to slip back into a coma.
19. She emerges as a full, three-dimensional character in a way that few horror genre heroines ever do.
20. Younger audiences are becoming increasingly interested in bands of this musical grab-bag genre, and not only as a retro fad.
21. The liberal theology of a figure like Adolf von Harnack represents the genre in its virtually pure form.
22. It was also a kind of Chartres Cathedral, a perfect embodiment of its genre.
23. But overall Niccol has done a fine, restrained job in a genre for which many of us have lowered our expectations.
24. Western popular prints and Soviet official art both displayed a penchant for landscapes, flower pieces, still lifes and genre.
25. This supposition becomes more likely in light of Hamann's predilection for parables as the most appropriate genre for telling the truth.
26. How much more fulfilling it is to meet a genre by having our parents read from many different texts.
27. The level of difficulty is high,[ ] especially for those new to the genre.
28. Her knowledge of publishing trends, literary history, and books of every description and genre, however, filled rooms.
29. Ridicule is a decidedly more entertaining version of the genre with the grace to flash us some intelligence and self-consciousness.
30. It is the interrelationship of these points that enables the analysis of deixis in the genre of the lyric poem to proceed.
More similar words: enrollin returnin return forin regard toin relation tounrelentinglygeneagentoxygenlegendgentlyagendagenderagencygeneticgenerousgeneratein generalemergencydiligentlyindigenousgeneration gapa large number ofthe general public
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