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Synonym: narrationreadingrecitationyarnSimilar words: recitereciprocityprecipitateprecipitationventure capitalventure capitalistrecipepreciseMeaning: [rɪ'saɪtl]  n. 1. the act of giving an account describing incidents or a course of events 2. performance of music or dance especially by soloists 3. a public instance of reciting or repeating (from memory) something prepared in advance 4. a detailed statement giving facts and figures 5. a detailed account or description of something. 
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1. She is going to give a piano recital.
2. I went to a violin recital today.
3. The pianist gave a long and varied recital, with a couple of encores for good measure.
4. They both launched into a recital of their misfortunes.
5. She's practicing for her piano recital.
6. He is giving a recital of Bach's sonatas.
7. Her recital led off / She led off her recital with a Haydn sonata.
8. She gave us a boring recital of all her troubles.
9. She gave us a long, boring recital of all her troubles.
10. I had to listen to a long recital of all his complaints.
11. Nevertheless, this remains a fascinating recital.
12. This was his recital of flattering greetings.
13. I've enough material to give a full recital.
14. They fight, and fall, in strophes appropriate for recital in a warriors' banquet hall.
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15. When the opportunity arose for a duo recital and a piano recital, Kahane gladly accepted.
16. It is one of those moments in a recital that could cause a singer to lose nerve.
17. But Marc-Andr Hamelin's new recital unquestionably deserves a place right alongside them.
18. And James Clapperton's piano recital astonished - here was real keyboard wizardry.
19. Performance was relatively weaker with small scale acoustic recital and chamber material where a certain hardness sometimes intruded.
20. Performance: a practical recital plus a dissertation on a related subject.
21. Ben and I had just given a recital in Vienna.
22. They gave a magnificent recital, which got a rapturous reception.
23. Rules, or canons, were also established for the recital of prayers at definite times of the day.
24. The recital was in the grounds of an historic castle, in keeping with the growing fashion for outdoor opera.
25. Before long we all grew bored with his frequent recital of the foods he couldn't eat.
26. He dates this earlier layer to 1735-6, perhaps put together for Bach's recital at the Dresden Frauenkirche in December 1736.
27. Not only that, but Alan and his friends have also managed to get him a recital in the Barbican in London.
28. Not for him was the formal ceremony of admission, with its conditional baptism and its awesome recital of categorical promises.
29. Horszowski, still hale and hearty at 98, will give a piano recital on May 28.
30. A festival of music, vestments and flower celebration including a recital at the preview by Alan Barbar, of Middlesbrough.
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