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231 synonyms found

Pronunciation:

[ɹ_ˈɛ_p_ə_t_ə_ɹ_ɪ], [ɹˈɛpətəɹɪ], [ɹˈɛpətəɹɪ]
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Synonyms for Repertory:

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Quotes for Repertory:

  1. Those 25 dancers we worked with for a day, in as highly productive a way as possible- a long class, a period of teaching bits of the repertory in fact I didn't teach Bank, I've used parts of Oil and Water. Siobhan Davies.
  2. But a large symphony orchestra basically is a repertory company and it has a very enormous repertoire and it is important for the performers to be able to know how to shift focus so that they instantly become part of the sound world that a particular repertoire demands. Michael Tilson Thomas.
  3. I was in the movies. I danced, I sang, I learned to work in front of a camera. It was like being in a repertory company. Robert Wagner.

Adjectives for Repertory:

  • entire classical,
  • extensive and variegated,
  • third-tier,
  • far richer,
  • rather primitive,
  • somewhat limited,
  • provençal,
  • handy little,
  • cognitive,
  • provencal,
  • choral,
  • whole new,
  • aggregate,
  • stereotyped,
  • scenic,
  • variegated,
  • richer,
  • elementary,
  • scanty,
  • ecclesiastical,
  • legitimate,
  • canadian,
  • available,
  • infinite,
  • crazy,
  • neat,
  • sole,
  • physical,
  • primitive,
  • previous,
  • erudite,
  • analytical,
  • inborn,
  • versatile,
  • frayed,
  • every-day,
  • early,
  • cathedral,
  • elizabethan,
  • copious,
  • vocal,
  • miscellaneous,
  • unlimited,
  • brand-new,
  • instinctive,
  • newer,
  • monotonous,
  • revolutionary,
  • amusing,
  • verbal,
  • competent,
  • spacious,
  • abundant,
  • rural,
  • childish,
  • polite,
  • dismal,
  • venerable,
  • noisy,
  • ready,
  • international,
  • subtle,
  • respectable,
  • delightful,
  • slender,
  • total,
  • successful,
  • glorious,
  • cheap,
  • odd,
  • individual,
  • military,
  • magnificent,
  • peculiar,
  • british,
  • massive,
  • curious,
  • possible,
  • excellent,
  • important,
  • french,
  • main,
  • short,
  • ordinary,
  • ancient,
  • huge,
  • certain,
  • long,
  • cheap and frayed,
  • rather cheap and frayed,
  • subtle, verbal,
  • same biographical,
  • extensive vocal,
  • ordinary cathedral,
  • regular operatic,
  • rich theatrical,
  • entire orchestral,
  • german classical,
  • entire italian,
  • spacious and magnificent,
  • whole revolutionary,
  • own total,
  • same useful,
  • rather cheap,
  • same musical,
  • exceedingly valuable,
  • more amusing,
  • modern french,
  • shakespearian,
  • almost complete,
  • many-sided,
  • antiquarian,
  • stale and narrow,
  • fancy and endless,
  • antiquated musical,
  • current classical,
  • vast experimental,
  • whole present,
  • handier,
  • well-stocked,
  • biographical,
  • bottomless,
  • voluminous,
  • stale,
  • juvenile,
  • psychological,
  • experimental,
  • wondrous,
  • fantastic,
  • conventional,
  • magical,
  • fancy,
  • antique,
  • internal,
  • religious,
  • remarkable,
  • interesting,
  • narrow,
  • immense,
  • mere,
  • choicest,
  • convenient,
  • imperial,
  • perfect,
  • natural,
  • former vast,
  • rich and wide,
  • orchestral,
  • exhaustive,
  • variable manual,
  • manual,
  • comic,
  • useful,
  • extraordinary,
  • precious,
  • greatest,
  • private,
  • present,
  • astonishing,
  • lowest,
  • permanent,
  • national,
  • german,
  • full,
  • endless,
  • former,
  • usual,
  • invaluable,
  • different local,
  • shakespearean,
  • provincial,
  • dramatic,
  • popular,
  • wonderful,
  • regular,
  • mythological,
  • theatrical,
  • wide,
  • best,
  • standard,
  • grand,
  • italian,
  • chief,
  • musical,
  • operatic,
  • extensive,
  • common,
  • complete,
  • inexhaustible,
  • local,
  • current,
  • classic,
  • limited,
  • classical,
  • valuable,
  • rich,
  • entire,
  • modern,
  • vast,
  • whole.
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