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concerted

Music arranged in parts for a group of singers or players
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From the summit of a hill (since well named Thirsty Hill) a fine lake was spied, and two of the party proceeded with concerted signals to show whether it was fresh water.
Then, great social changes can only be effected by means of some common sentiment so powerful that it brings men into concerted action, while latter-day philosophism has discovered that law is based upon personal interest, which keeps men apart.
Our plan must be concerted for a surprize, and not for a storm.
Concerted action was impossible in face of the heavy arsenal of weapons carried in the steerage and cabin.
Crisparkle's custom to sit up last of the early household, very softly touching his piano and practising his favourite parts in concerted vocal music.
They assembled in the streets, traversed them at their will and pleasure, and publicly concerted their plans.
Somehow the execution of this little concerted piece appears to raise the general spirits as with a sense of duty done, and sets the company a going.
His servants brought the horses into the town, but left the young lord at a distance till night, when he came incognito into our apartment, and his father presented him to me; and, in short, we concerted the manner of our travelling, and everything proper for the journey.

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