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Things staccato often describes (“staccato ________”)
voice, sound, effect, manner, speech, style, beat, bark, rhythm, quality, note, laugh, cough, way, fashion, tone, delivery, notes, dot, sentences, roar, figure, movement, dialogue, passage, form, dots, thunder, phrase, bass, pace, signs, articulation, english, chord, succession, bursts, language, conversation, accent, passages, burst, music, accompaniment, pattern, chorus, spanish, movements, prose, cry, steps, questions, song, clatter, call, laughter, report, emphasis, tune, whisper, playing, phrases, chords, monotone, tones, fire, exclamation, french, cries, breathing, repetition, gunfire, sentence, precision, tat, message, version, abruptness, sounds, gaiety, brilliance, impression, crackling, sort, marks, noise, footsteps, speed, warning, melody, gestures, bowing

How staccato often is described (“________ staccato”)
sharp, more, rapid, quick, short, light, slurred, shrill, high, harsh, steady, loud, less, crisp, nervous, gun, brisk, soft, fire, clear, angry, heavy, rhythmic, fast, full, quiet, swift, usual, brilliant, dry, sudden, constant, monotonous, abrupt, hoarse, slow, wild, amiable, true, faint, comfortable, deafening, pitched, muffled, brief, brittle, unlovely, delicate, play, excited, hard, semi, mechanical, lively, clipped, firm, continuous, beautiful, violent, like, breathless, jerky, irregular, precise, perfect, familiar, strange, thunderous, vigorous, somewhat, difficult, taut, accelerated, wonderful, gentle, emphatic, furious, frenzied, impatient, pretty, fluttered, easy, fierce, cornet, dull, arm, savage

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