opening move

NOUN
  1. the first of a series of actions
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How To Use opening move In A Sentence

  • Once your speakers have recovered, you can move directly to the grimly compelling opening movement of the symphony. Times, Sunday Times
  • Think of it as the opening move in a chess game. Times, Sunday Times
  • The massive attacks work well for the opening movement, with its homage to Bach.
  • He sat there passively, content to wait for his father to make the opening move.
  • Uchida gave an almost classical strictness to the sonata's opening movement, before turning the scherzo into a fleet, almost dreamlike vision, colouring the modulations of the Largo quite magically, and romping exuberantly through the rondo finale. Mitsuko Uchida
  • Think of it as the opening move in a chess game. Times, Sunday Times
  • The opening movement combines a brass fanfare with a Widorian toccata figure for its music argument.
  • In 1979, taking a different tack, Plain English Campaign publicly destroyed government forms as the opening move in a crusade against officialese and obfuscation.
  • For example, the first movement, ‘Introitus,’ uses the opening movement to the requiem mass with its reference to ‘lux perpetua luceat eis.’
  • Their broad tempo for the opening movement releases a magical variety of texture and colour. Times, Sunday Times
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