Pantomime: an entertainment in the theatre involving music and slapstick comedy.
Posthumous: a book published after the death of its writer.
Rhyme: having the end with the same sound.
Scripture: The sacred writing of Christianity are contained in the Bible, sacred writings of
Serenade: music sung or played at night below a person’s window.
Sonnet: a poem of fourteen lines using a fixed rhyme scheme.
Transcript: a written or printed version of material that was originally spoken or
presented in another form.
Verbose: a style full of words.
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