Definition of Rehearser

1. n. One who rehearses.



Definition of Rehearser

1. Noun. Someone who rehearses; agent noun of rehearse ¹

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Definition of Rehearser

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rehearser

rehatted
rehatting
reheal
rehealed
rehealing
reheals
rehear
reheard
rehearing
rehearings
rehears
rehearsal
rehearsals
rehearse
rehearsed
rehearser (current term)
rehearsers
rehearses
rehearsing
reheat
reheatable
reheated
reheater
reheaters
reheating
reheats
reheel
reheeled
reheeling
reheels

Literary usage of Rehearser

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1. Dictionnaire anglais-franca̧is: et français-anglais by Abel Boyer, Nicholas Salmon, Louis Francoi̧s Fain (1821)
"... ,ii. m. a repeater or rehearser; f. , va to distribute ;i;':iin. io«! , sf new distribution. ,«. f. repetition, ..."

2. A Treatise on Modern Instrumentation and Orchestration: To which is Appended by Hector Berlioz (1882)
"The first rehearser will rehearse separately the first sopranos, ... The second rehearser will practise in the same •way the first and second tenors. ..."

3. The Art of Speech and Deportment by Anna Morgan (1909)
"Q. What qualities make a good rehearser ? A. Authority, poise, patience, a background ... A good rehearser never loses his temper, is a good disciplinarian, ..."

4. The Art of Speech and Deportment by Anna Morgan (1909)
"Q. What qualities make a good rehearser ? A. Authority, poise, patience, a background ... A good rehearser never loses his temper, is a good disciplinarian, ..."

5. A treatise upon modern instrumentation and orchestration by Hector Berlioz, Mary Cowden Clarke (1858)
"The third rehearser will do the same by the basses. After which, three choirs, each composed of a third of the total mass, will be formed ; and then lastly, ..."

6. A treatise upon modern instrumentation and orchestration: Containing an by Hector Berlioz, Mary Cowden Clarke (1858)
"The third rehearser will do the same by the basses. After which, three choirs, each composed of a third of the total mass, will be formed ; and then lastly, ..."

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