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flourish in Music topic

flourishflour‧ish2 noun 🔊 🔊 1 with a flourish2 [countable usually singular] a special or impressive part of something 🔊 There’s nothing like a luxurious dessert to give a menu a final flourish.with a flourish 🔊 They finished the season with a flourish, winning their last three matches.3 APM[countable] a loud part of a piece of music, played especially when an important person enters 🔊 a flourish of trumpets4 WRITE[countable] a curved line that you use to decorate writing
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flourishThat usually works out at about a fiver a flourish.In Hong Kong, equities ended 1995 with a flourish, with the benchmark index at a high for the year.Omar greeted those nearby as he spread their blanket with a flourish on to the damp ground.Alice ended with a flourish of her bow, held it high in the air and found herself laughing in triumph.I encourage them to make more of their homework, to do it with a flourish and with spirit.His had to have an additional flourish.Lucas' speech was full of rhetorical flourishes.He had a business card, which he presented with a theatrical flourish when I told him where I was headed.with a flourishIn Hong Kong, equities ended 1995 with a flourish, with the benchmark index at a high for the year.The first writer to make the connection was Polydore Vergil, whose version became, with flourishes, the standard Tudor account.The season ended with a flourish.He then shot 11 straight pars before finishing with a flourish and a birdie on the last.I encourage them to make more of their homework, to do it with a flourish and with spirit.They did, however, start off with a flourish with two penalties by out-half Ricky Adair.His grey hat, which he swept off with a flourish as the ladies approached, was set at a jaunty angle.