Definition of Recit

1. the part of a story in which the events are related without enhancement [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Recit

recircling
recircuit
recircuited
recircuiting
recircuits
recirculate
recirculated
recirculates
recirculating
recirculation
recirculations
recision
recisions
recission
recissions
recit (current term)
recital
recitalist
recitalists
recitals
recitation
recitational
recitations
recitative
recitativelike
recitatively
recitatives
recitativi
recitativo
recitativos

Literary usage of Recit

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1. Israel in Egypt: Sacred Oratorio by George Frideric Handel, Georg Friedrich Händel, Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy, Horace Wadham Nicholl (1900)
"recit—"For the horse of Pharaoh'.' recit. M Г V »p For the horse of Pha-raoh went in with his chariots and with his ..."

2. The Musical World (1861)
"Weiss), "All glory to the Lamb that died;" recit. and Air (Mr. Montem Smith, and Chorus), "Blessing, honour, glory, and power;" recit ..."

3. The Encyclopedia Americana: A Library of Universal Knowledge (1918)
"The most remarkable are 'recit de sa Captivite' (1788), and a translation in verse of the Iliad. His 'Memoirs' are npw recognized as of important historical ..."

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