Recital and Story

Recital

Recital noun - A detailed account or description of something.
Usage example: he was forced to listen to a recital of his many shortcomings
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Synonyms for Recital

Story is a synonym for recital in account topic. In some cases you can use "Story" instead a noun "Recital", when it comes to topics like narrative, report. popular alternative

Story

Story noun - A brief account of something interesting that happened especially to one personally.
Usage example: Grandpa is always telling stories about what it was like growing up on a farm

Recital is a synonym for story in account topic. You can use "Recital" instead a noun "Story", if it concerns topics such as tale, report. popular alternative

Nearby Words: storey, storied, storyline

How words are described

actual actual recital actual story
big big recital big story

Both words in one sentence

  • On The Big Bang Theory, Leonard makes up a story about going to a symphosium to keep from going to Penny's recital.
  • At the big moment, the story simply cuts off when Miu starts playing, without stating how the recital went or what happens between Miu and her love interest afterward.
    Source: Left Hanging
  • Literature / Winnetou For instance in a story where Winnetou visits Charlie at home in Germany, he arrives just in time for choir practice of the local male voice choir, which does an impromptu recital for him.
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