program

Part of speech: noun

A list of exercises, as for an entertainment; any prearranged plan.

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Usage examples "program":

  1. Although Wendell Phillips, who had declared the emancipation of labor to be the next great issue after the emancipation of slaves, was prominently identified with it and stood next to Justice Davis on the first poll in the convention, the party as a whole manifested no tendency to open a distinct class struggle, and the leading planks of its program were shortly accepted by both of the old parties. - "Contemporary American History, 1877-1913", Charles A. Beard.
  2. Supper is the next thing on the program. - "Camp Fires of the Wolf Patrol", Alan Douglas.
  3. And there wasn't a flaw in her program, by the way. - "In And Out", Edgar Franklin.