[ US /ɹiˈhɝs/ ]
[ UK /ɹɪhˈɜːs/ ]
  1. engage in a rehearsal (of)
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How To Use rehearse In A Sentence

  • The cast and crew were only given three and a half weeks to rehearse.
  • He rose at 7 a.m.,rehearsed all day and appeared in a play at night.
  • They also visited the school where the play was rehearsed before the debut performance.
  • It's like an impromptu back-and-forth duet between lovers, all the more realistic for being unrehearsed and spontaneous.
  • It is unnecessary to rehearse the details of the case against him.
  • In chantries unrehearsed we'd wow the votarists and serenade the friary to panting ecstasies while summoned to kingly chambers we branked the troubadours, turning the sovereign mind to heaven, the courtiers left speechless with neglect... Strange Bedfellows
  • No one ever accused us of being over-rehearsed," Stephen Stills says at one point, shortly before he's shown tripping over a footlight on the stage and playing flat on his back while he rolls from side to side trying to get himself back up. Evan Handler: Find the Cost of Freedom (of Speech)
  • This carefully-worded document rehearsed the arguments for making the joint award, while carefully avoiding any admission of the original mistake.
  • For local entertainment you would have to hire the raucously energetic rock group that rehearses in the village hall.
  • He had been prepared for this and even mentally rehearsed such activities.
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