In a moderately slow tempo, usually considered to be slower than allegretto but faster than adagio. Used chiefly as a direction. (adverb)
An andante passage or movement. (noun)
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Use "andante" in a sentence
"- Collective Sigh: andante is back and brings us up to date."
"- Collective Sigh: andante is pissed at the insurance business."
"The andante is a scene of reproach and complaint, but as between immortals."