1. recital

noun. ['rəˈsaɪtəl'] performance of music or dance especially by soloists.


  • public presentation


  • indirect discourse
  • credit

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Rhymes with Recital

  • entitle
  • vital
  • title
  • teitel
  • lytle
  • litle
  • lightle
  • keitel
  • beitel
  • eitel

How do you pronounce recital?

Pronounce recital as rəˈsaɪtəl.

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Sentences with recital

1. Noun, singular or mass
Under the opening sentence, list the date and time of the recital.

2. Adjective
Begin the recital invitation with a sentence that conveys who the inviter is and who the performer is.

Quotes about recital

1. And for all those years, we never talked about the disaster at the recital or my terrible accusations afterward at the piano bench. All that remained unchecked, like a betrayal that was now unbreakable. So I never found a way to ask her why she had hoped something so large that failure was inevitable. And even worse, I never asked her what frightened me the most: Why had she given up hope?
- Amy Tan, The Joy Luck Club

2. recital

noun. ['rəˈsaɪtəl'] the act of giving an account describing incidents or a course of events.


  • account
  • recounting
  • conclusion
  • relation
  • report
  • introduction
  • ending
  • telling
  • body
  • closing
  • close
  • end
  • yarn


  • unimportance
  • activation
  • continuance
  • continuation

3. recital

noun. ['rəˈsaɪtəl'] a detailed account or description of something.


  • story
  • chronicle
  • history


  • defeat
  • beginning
  • victory
  • middle

4. recital

noun. ['rəˈsaɪtəl'] a detailed statement giving facts and figures.


  • descendant

5. recital

noun. ['rəˈsaɪtəl'] a public instance of reciting or repeating (from memory) something prepared in advance.


  • speechmaking
  • recitation
  • reading
  • declamation
  • oral presentation
  • public speaking


  • connectedness
  • check out
  • check in
  • punch in