libretto

Part of speech: noun

A book containing the text, as of an opera; the words of the text.

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Usage examples "libretto":

  1. She bought the libretto, humming down into it between acts and leaping ahead to verify her memory of the score. - "Star-Dust A Story of an American Girl", Fannie Hurst.
  2. He fitted them on to the Libretto written by the Litry Guy. - "Ade's Fables", George Ade.
  3. The libretto of these scenes was not exhaustive, e. - "Openings in the Old Trail", Bret Harte.