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Definition of "rehearsing" []

  • To practise (a play, concert, etc), in preparation for public performance (verb)
  • To run through; recount; recite (verb)
  • To train or drill (a person or animal) for the public performance of a part in a play, show, etc (verb)
  • Present participle of rehearse. (verb)

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Use "rehearsing" in a sentence
  • "What I believe we need, as most of you know, is some system for a vote of no-confidence, which would make a president accountable, but there's no point in rehearsing that oft-presented argument."
  • "In each of these settings, abbreviated rehearsing is the rule, prolonged rehearsing the exception."
  • "We we're there all day rehearsing, which is a lot."