Word usage examples
A marvelous bebop medley, consisting of wonderful renditions of jazz tunes in the style of Thelonious Monk, Bud Powell, Horace Silver, and Elmo Hope.
The roar of a long-ago crowd came back, a crowd packed tightly together up there, in the bleachers, with the band in the center of things blaring away with its endless renditions of the Spartan fight song.
She was standing in front of a pointillist rendition of a human head formed by a cloud of gengineered gnats.
Chardonnay, a puckering rendition of a California varietal she probably bought by the keg.
Of course, if the story is an allegorical one, the fictional rendition of a mythical act by a mythical Jesus, the case goes out the window.
Saltzman was the first non-Italian Lo Manto had ever met, a deeply religious man who ate cottage cheese every day for lunch and laughed at his own rendition of stupid jokes.
We will not seek to disprove that there existed very early beliefs in a Jesus who was divine and who had been resurrected, but we will show that the standard interpretation of such beliefs has been erroneous, and that the Gospel rendition of such beliefs is a later development, largely if not entirely fiction.
While the world still was reeling and his hammock was swaying as if slung on board a storm-lashed ship at sea, one of the larger cannoneither the ten-pounder demiculverin or one of the three eight-pounder sakersroared close by, while the guard-bugler began to wind his horn in an off-key rendition of first the Assembly and then the Call to Arms.
But when speaking of the rendition of Handelian arias, he evidently uses the term vibrato in the same sense as Sieber does tremolando.
A fairly easy translation had produced a marvelously hierographic rendition, fascinating us.