staccato frasi

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Frasi con staccato (in inglese)

1. His movements were very staccato.
2. The questions were staccato bursts.
3. The staccato delivery of altered sound.
4. A staccato rhythm pounded against her ribs.
5. Yes, she said in a staccato voice, yes it is.
6. I snatched my knees as my head hit the roof in staccato.
7. Ambrosius was caught of guard by Stan's staccato enquiry.

8. Anxious nods were rewarded by staccato bursts of information.
9. It flashed again and was followed by a rapid staccato of gunfire.
10. Father Brennan closed his eyes and listened to the staccato static.
11. They did this remarkable halting staccato march in perfect cadence.
12. Staccato bursts; calm down, blood and guts, one of them is still there.
13. Fingers of the organist skipping staccato over the keys of the great organ.
14. I drop my head to his shoulder, my heart beating a fast staccato in my chest.
15. He was sweating through his uniform and his speech was high-pitched and staccato.
16. Another explosion then rattles the crypt, and a staccato of gunshots erupts nearby.
17. Dublin answered with his unique nicker, a throaty half whinny, half staccato, grunt.
18. My God, what are these things? Kate’s voice was small in the staccato of gunfire.
19. There was some kind of pattern to his speech; he was repeating words in a staccato fashion.
20. Staccato gunfire and the thud-thud of stun grenades could be heard faintly in the distance.
21. He was a thin, sallow man with a red nose, quick, staccato, and smartly but stiffly dressed.
22. Billy is freeing his mind, letting the thoughts flow through him in rapid, staccato succession.
23. Gervais laughed softly with a hissing chuckle, and Speranski in a high-pitched staccato manner.
24. Gervais laughed softly with a hissing chuckle, and Speránski in a high-pitched staccato manner.
25. Get there, whatever the cost! The last words were barked in final staccato as the commander.
26. Explosions rocked the night air in a continuous staccato of sound! I grinned broadly with satisfaction.
27. Leesa’s umbrella popped with a staccato pounding as heavy drops streamed off the saturated leaves above.
28. For instance an old lady is unlikely to speak in short, clipped and staccato sentences whereas a gang boss might.
29. Using the syllable "ha", sing the upward arpeggio (do-mi-so-do) and then repeat the high do, staccato, five or six times.
30. Absently, as he read, he heard the drum of horses' hoofs outside the barbican, the sharp staccato of the guards' challenge.
31. It's an incessant staccato introspection of what, who, and how? This is the life of the new seeking: the urgent search for It.
32. The fountains covered a zone at least fifty yards across and ten yards deep, and the flat, staccato explosions hammered his ears.
33. While still in the anteroom Prince Andrew heard loud voices and a ringing staccato laugh- a laugh such as one hears on the stage.
34. While still in the anteroom Prince Andrew heard loud voices and a ringing staccato laugh—a laugh such as one hears on the stage.
35. Casaubon was gone away, and said in her easy staccato, which always seemed to contradict the suspicion of any malicious intent—.
36. The metallic staccato chorus took up where it had so recently left off, but the beat was faster, and the sound was louder and lower.
37. The repertoire: the swagger, the growl at any footsteps in the hall, the staccato chatter, questions in tonal mews, trills, and the lament.
38. His eyes glared at the sight of the man on the floor, and he spoke something in a staccato voice that sounded like "Chicmec!" The other did not move.
39. Mark joined Paul at the bar; only short staccato conversation was possible due to the loud bass beat masquerading as music emanating from nearby speakers.
40. Through the closed doors came the sounds of the discreet staccato accompaniment of the orchestra, and a single female voice rendering distinctly a musical phrase.
41. Frank proceeded to put the palm of his hand on top of his head with his fingertips forward and then did a Stooges Curly like staccato beating of the top of his head.
42. Get there, whatever the cost! The last words were barked in final staccato as the commander slowly lowered his hand until it lightly touched the hilt of his sword.
43. He spoke in a slow staccato fashion, choosing his words with care, and gave the impression generally of a man of learning and letters who had had ill-usage at the hands of fortune.
44. The General had been musing on these recent past events for some time it seemed, because he could hear anxiety and worry in the words that his adjutant repeated in the same staccato manner:.
45. There is something here of the atmosphere of New Orleans, something of the pungent odor and nerve-soothing softness, but the Charlestonian is reposeful and the Creole is nervous and staccato.
46. Bex can hear sounds washing over the ramparts of her consciousness, humming notes, staccato glissades, particle waves, and she is both reassured by their proximity and confused by the language.
47. Everyone is bunching up as the leaders brake for the turn, interjected Fred, the pair of men had a staccato, back and forth style, which was quick-paced to keep up with action on the track.
48. He often struggled for his words and his speaking voice was little more than an exhausted whisper, but there were some interludes when jumbled images would suddenly escape in staccato bursts between catches of laughter.
49. We’ve had a couple of new developments since the initial story broke, so I thought I’d bring you up to speed and comment on whatever Torhan has to say, I said, while trying not to match her staccato speech pattern.
50. The soldiers poured into the town centre from all directions, the staccato stutter of machine gun fire interspersed with the screams and curses of dozens of panicking Neanderthals as they were driven back in upon themselves.
51. Did I dream him up? No, I remember still the clipped ends of his phrases, the staccato beat of his accent: The lovely lady Christabel, / whom her father loves so well, / what makes her in the wood so late, / a furlong from the castle gate? No, I didn’t dream his shape in the chair.
52. When are you coming home? She began to sob, in her strange staccato way, very slowly,.

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