obligato

NOUN
  1. a part of the score that must be performed without change or omission
  2. a persistent but subordinate motif
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How To Use obligato In A Sentence

  • Look, if you want a descending obligato, do it in the privacy of your own home away from us normal people.
  • Along the way you'll encounter bath plugs, rubber ducks and get the obligatory soaking from intermittent showers.
  • Sparing us all the obligatory arguments about Ford “defining the American West” with his sweeping, desolate camera shots and Wayne’s anabashedly American Americanness, there’s just no denying that Ford and Wayne — tag team partners on more than 20 films — are simply one of the most prolific duos in celluloid history. Top 10 Actor / Director Tandems In Movie History | Best Week Ever
  • Total Capital Expenditures for 2009 are less than historical and current estimates for Maintenance and Obligatory Capital Expenditures which we define as the estimated amount of investment in capital projects and obligatory spending on existing facilities and operations needed to hold production approximately constant for the period. The Earth Times Online Newspaper
  • It's not just about texture though: not only does meat cooked on the bone tend to be more flavourful, but, in marked contrast to much modern pork, that around the ribs is marbled with fat, which means it's always succulent – even more so with spare ribs, the larger, meatier kind most familiar to us as the obligatory meat element of Mixed Starter number 2. How to cook perfect barbecue ribs
  • And it seems the obligatory pungent cigarette, clamped firmly in the corner of the mouth, is a necessary aid to concentration.
  • It consists of tequila, cointreau, sour mix, fresh lime and crushed ice, and comes in the obligatory salted glass.
  • She would recount how it was possible to buy anything - from meat, chocolate, cigarettes and the obligatory ‘nylons’ - from the spivs and black market racketeers.
  • Lunch together was almost always obligatory. The Sun
  • They took the obligatory 45 minutes to be fashionably late, and boy, did we ever love them for it.
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