Definition of Crescendoed

1. Verb. (past of crescendo) ¹



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Definition of Crescendoed

1. crescendo [v] - See also: crescendo

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Crescendoed

crepuscularly
crepuscule
crepuscules
crepusculine
crepusculous
crepusculum
crepy
crerarite
cresc
crescence
crescendi
crescendo
crescendo angina
crescendo murmur
crescendo sleep
crescendoed (current term)
crescendoes
crescendoing
crescendos
crescent
crescent(a)
crescent-cell anaemia
crescent-cell anemia
crescent-shaped
crescent cell
crescent cell anaemia
crescent moon
crescent moons
crescent roll
crescent rolls

Literary usage of Crescendoed

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1. The Century Illustrated Monthly Magazine by Roy J. Friedman Mark Twain Collection (Library of Congress) (1913)
"... for instance, the father's brain ceased to "mote" after the fifth line, but the crescendoed concept "fall" was bravely but disastrously pro- pulsed into ..."

2. Music (1899)
"Her pianissimo was like a dawn, which crescendoed presently into a glorious noon of tone, which then did die away into a quiet gray twilight of clear ..."

3. Enrico Caruso: A Biography by Pierre Van Rensselaer Key, Bruno Zirato (1922)
"... Success crescendoed for the tenor without a pause. Not once that season did he miss an engagement. His appearances were the same in number as of the ..."

4. Adventures in Home-making by Robert Shackleton, Elizabeth Shackleton (1910)
"In the loft of the barn were eight diamond-pane windows, thrown away and forgotten, and there was crescendoed joy when, one by one, they were unearthed from ..."

5. Stars of the Opera: A Description of Twelve Operas and a Series of Personal by Mabel Wagnalls (1906)
"Her sustained and crescendoed high C in the third act of this opera is worth a long journey to hear. ..."

6. Asia's Emerging Regional Order: Reconciling Traditional and Human Security by William T. Tow, In-Taek Hyun (2000)
"All these factors crescendoed into what became a historical moment in Indonesian history that unfolded in May 1998 and eventually led to President Suharto's ..."

7. Velasquez by Wilfrid Wilberforce, A. R. Gilbert (1904)
"Inside the chapel the splendour had crescendoed to fortissimo. Nothing had been spared in the way of ornate decoration. The walls were festooned with ..."

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