noun, plural rep·er·to·ries.
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Origin of repertory
OTHER WORDS FROM repertoryrep·er·to·ri·al, adjective
Example sentences from the Web for repertory
They allow these performers to add new material in a classical style to their repertories, music with plenty of melody and, because of the jazz element, a new kind of sound.Claude Bolling, French pianist who melded jazz and classical music, dies at 90|Emily Langer|January 1, 2021|Washington Post
By the time he was in his late teens, he had written half a dozen operas, two of which are still part of the extended repertory.The astounding brilliance and abiding joy of Mozart|Tim Page|December 18, 2020|Washington Post