noun, plural fu·ga·tos. Music.
a section of a composition that is in fugal style but does not constitute a real fugue.
Origin of fugato
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Historical Examples of fugato
in the manner or style of a fugue
a movement, section, or piece in this style
Word Origin for fugato
C19: from Italian, from fugare to compose in the style of a fugue
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