Repertoire in a sentence

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Definition of Repertoire

  • a collection of works (plays, songs, operas, ballets) that an artist or company can perform and do perform for short intervals on a regular schedule
  • the entire range of skills or aptitudes or devices used in a particular field or occupation

How to use repertoire in a sentence. Repertoire pronunciation.

These met with success, and are still in the repertoire of the Comedie Francaise.
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There is nothing in their repertoire so crude as chloral or knock-out drops.
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In fact, if we view with an unprejudiced eye this Hellenistic literature of the sixth century-that poetry followed out professionally and destitute of all productiveness of its own, that uniform imitation of the very shallowest forms of foreign art, that repertoire of translations, that changeling of epos-we are tempted to reckon it simply one of the diseased symptoms of the epoch before us.
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I send you this week's repertoire of the Weymar theatre, in which you will see the announcement of "Lohengrin" for next Sunday.
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This little volume is the result of several years of practical experience, and it is hoped that it will prove a valuable addition to the story repertoire of kindergartners and primary teachers.
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Among the condemned were Eric Cobbley, and several other "lame-duck" genii who at one time or another had held first place in the repertoire of June's aid and adoration.
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Mok's repertoire of songs could not be expected to be large.
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It is not necessary for him to commence at the beginning, as the possessors of some notable memories were compelled to do, but he skips about to any required part of his repertoire.
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They have dropped out of the _repertoire_, and the truth is they merit no better fate.
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Dem Fraeulein von Hagn soll die Last, das ganze Repertoire auf ihrem schoenen griechischen Nacken zu tragen, endlich erleichtert werden.
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Talern zu "rechtfertigen", nur durch ein solches Repertoire loesen zu koennen.
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Fabrikenkram in ihr Repertoire aufnehmen darf.
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Quite of his own accord, also, he would go through his whole repertoire of tumbling tricks; and whenever the girls returned to camp from their little wanderings, with bare legs bleeding from the prickles, Bruno would lick their wounds and manifest every token of sympathy and affection.
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He knew his business, and went through his own repertoire with great energy and excitement.
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As showing what a remarkable person I was, I went through part of my acrobatic repertoire; and even my poor eager Bruno, who evidently scented trouble, began on his own account to give a hurried and imperfect show.
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He would always look to me for his cue, and when he saw me commence my acrobatic feats, he too would go through his little repertoire, barking and tumbling and rolling about with wonderful energy.
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In time, of course, my companions returned to their own country; but so leisurely had our progress been that I had ample time thoroughly to ingratiate myself with other tribes,-so that, as usual, I went from tribe to tribe practically armed only with my own knowledge of the savages and my invaluable repertoire of tricks.
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At the left of the entrance, separated by a large, high mirror which faced the fireplace, two other canvases, signed by Geffroy, represent the foyer itself, in costumes of the classic repertoire, the greater part of the eminent modern 'societaires', colleagues and contemporaries of the great painter.
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As I marched along in the rear of the battalion, at the head of my machine-gun section, I selected items from their repertoire and had them sung "by request.
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Rodin, half-risen from his chair, with outstretched neck and attentive eye, was still listening, when Rose-Pompon, flitting like a bee from flower to flower of her repertoire, had already begun the delightful air of Colibri.
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Examples of Repertoire

Example #1
As a romancer, Feuillet occupies a high place.
Example #2
Feuillet now became a follower of Dumas fils, especially so in 'La Belle au Bois Dormant' (Vaudeville, 1865); 'Le Cas de Conscience (Theatre Francais, 1867); 'Julie' (Theatre Francais 1869).
Example #3
All the derivatives of opium such as morphine, codeine, heroine, dionine, narceine, and narcotine, to say nothing of bromure d'etyle, bromoform, nitrite d'amyle, and amyline are known to be utilised by the endormeurs to put their victims to sleep, and the skill which they have acquired in the use of these powerful drugs establishes them as one of the most dangerous groups of criminals in existence.
Example #4
The American police have been officially warned of the existence of the endormeurs and full descriptions of their methods and photographs of their paraphernalia have been sent over here.
Example #5
The direct administration of finance alone was withheld from these new chief magistrates, as from the first it had been withheld from the consuls;(5) one or more quaestors were assigned to them, who were in every way indeed subordinate to them, and were their assistants in the administration of justice and in command, but yet had specially to manage the finances and to render account of their administration to the senate after having laid down their office. Organization of the Provinces -Commercium- Property Autonomy This difference in the supreme administrative power was the essential distinction between the transmarine and continental possessions.
Example #6
Sicily, and Sardinia with Corsica annexed to it-there was appointed a special auxiliary consul, who was in rank and title inferior to the consul and equal to the praetor, but otherwise was-like the consul in earlier times before the praetorship was instituted-in his own sphere of action at once commander-in-chief, chief magistrate, and supreme judge.