[ US /ˈɑnˌkɔɹ/ ]
[ UK /ˈɒnkɔː/ ]
  1. request an encore, from a performer
  1. an extra or repeated performance; usually given in response to audience demand
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How To Use encore In A Sentence

  • They were too cool to play an encore, or perhaps they had simply run out of songs. Times, Sunday Times
  • As such, the set was both heavy on the new material and encore-less, a sort of brilliant means of creating a Pavlovian effect on the assembled concert-goers.
  • On Sundaye mornynges itt is a fayre sighte to see her going to and fro churche in a _chapeau de Paris de la dernyère agonie_, bearyng a _parasolett a la ripp snap mettez-la encore debout_ style; and whych shee sayes is like a _homme blasé_, because it is Used Upp. Sundaie afternoon yee may find her in ye The Continental Monthly, Vol 2, No 6, December 1862 Devoted to Literature and National Policy
  • Yes, she would be compelled to grant an encore -- to _grant_ one. Tales of the Five Towns
  • DiDonato took a broader and more dramatic perspective in two Rossini numbers, Desdemona's haunting "Willow Song" from "Otello" and a dazzlingly virtuosic encore of "Tanti affetti," the final showpiece from "La Donna del Lago. SFGate: Top News Stories
  • One final piece of understated showmanship: when the band came back for the encore, they straggled on in a seemingly random fashion.
  • Glencore's 2,000 employees share in regular distributions of its profits.
  • I didn't self-publish Shaken, even though I endorse self-pubbing, because AmazonEncore will be able to reach a much wider audience than I can on my own. Archive 2010-05-24
  • It was an encore to Athens-the chance for the established breed to reaffirm elite standing.
  • The encore - Le Basque - by Marin Marais, arranged for horn and piano is an absolute charmer.
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