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Memorise

verb
1.
Commit to memory; learn by heart.  Synonyms: con, learn, memorize.



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"Memorise" Quotes from Famous Books



... accompaniment of music which, lively and graceful enough, is purposely of no very distinctive character. The preparations are made. By the time he mounts the heap of turf to address his audience we are ready for him. Of course he makes a fine ass of himself. He has not had time to memorise the poem of the song, and with extravagant fun Wagner makes him change the poetical and serious words into words of most ludicrous significance. Walther's melody he has not got hold of at all, and in a state of intense nervousness tries to fit the words to ...
— Richard Wagner - Composer of Operas • John F. Runciman



Words linked to "Memorise" :   understudy, hit the books, memorize, memorisation, study, alternate, memory



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