Definition of Musicals

1. Noun. (plural of musical) ¹



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Definition of Musicals

1. musical [n] - See also: musical

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Musicals

musicales
musicalise
musicalised
musicalises
musicalising
musicalities
musicality
musicalization
musicalizations
musicalize
musicalized
musicalizes
musicalizing
musically
musicalness
musicals (current term)
musicdisk
musicdisks
musician
musician's cramp
musicianly
musicians
musicianship
musicianships
musicing
musick
musicke
musicked
musicker
musickers

Literary usage of Musicals

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1. Selecting and Using a Core Reference Collection by Margaret Irby Nichols (1995)
"The focus is on performers, composers, types of music, songs, famous theaters and clubs, musicals, light opera, and other aspects of music which are ..."

2. Adventure Guide to the Chesapeake Bay by Barbara Radcliffe Rogers, Stillman Rogers (2000)
"... operetta and Broadway musicals at Maryland Hall and other venues. The Annapolis Chorale (<a 410-263-1906) has a 150-voice full chorus, a chamber chorus ..."

3. Social Mirror: A Complete Treatise on the Laws, Rules and Usages that Govern by Rose Elizabeth Cleveland (1888)
"Musicales or musicals, if held in the day-time, are the same as matinee musicals, and, if in the evening, soiree musicals. Dress and refreshments follow the ..."

4. A History of the Pianoforte and Pianoforte Players by Oskar Bie, Ernest Edward Kellett, Edward Woodall Naylor (1899)
"and the Moments musicals on the other. At the same period in which the technical musicians accomplished the outward emancipation of the clavier, ..."

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