1 You can't get people, at this time o year, to rehearse.
2 You must rehearse it with me, that I may fancy you him, and get on by degrees.
3 They must now rehearse together.
4 They could not act, they could not rehearse with any satisfaction without her.
5 They backed off and tried to rehearse.
6 They all helped one another with humorous attentiveness, as though they had all agreed to rehearse a sort of artless farce.
7 "Fellow ought to be prompt at rehearsals," they all agreed.
8 It was at rehearsals that the quarrrels broke.
9 No one understood that rehearsals were as real engagements as bridge-games or sociables at the Episcopal Church.
10 Ecclesford and its theatre, with its arrangements and dresses, rehearsals and jokes, was his never-failing subject, and to boast of the past his only consolation.
11 It surprised him to see that the play which he had known at rehearsals for a disjointed lifeless thing had suddenly assumed a life of its own.
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12 To think only of the licence which every rehearsal must tend to create.
13 Maria, she also thought, acted well, too well; and after the first rehearsal or two, Fanny began to be their only audience; and sometimes as prompter, sometimes as spectator, was often very useful.
14 Tom was enjoying such an advance towards the end; Edmund was in spirits from the morning's rehearsal, and little vexations seemed everywhere smoothed away.
15 To own the truth, Sir Thomas, we were in the middle of a rehearsal when you arrived this evening.