Poindexter followed with a recitation of the Iran program filled with deliberate inaccuracies.
Any list of his conspicuous qualities turns out to be a recitation of opposites.
That done, the class took up the double task of recitation joined to that of gesture.
She overslept and missed her first recitation yesterday morning.
On ‘the recitation of the required dizaine,’ a partial indulgence promptly follows.
The recitation, in truth, becomes the simple game of "hot and cold."
Parents object to every lesson out of school, so the whole period of preparation and recitation is pressed into the school-hours.
It was study period; recitation would be called in five minutes.
As a test of the degree of understanding, the recitation method serves admirably.
The lines are adapted, like the other specimens, for recitation by two parties.
late 15c., "act of detailing," from Old French récitation (14c.) and directly from Latin recitationem (nominative recitatio) "public reading, a reading aloud," noun of action from past participle stem of recitare (see recite). Meaning "act of repeating aloud" is from 1620s; that of "repetition of a prepared lesson" is first recorded 1770, American English.