- 1Jointly arranged, planned, or carried out; coordinated: determined to begin a concerted action against themMore example sentences
- Then they hear from their customers - not just scattered objections now and then, but in concerted, coordinated, well-informed waves.
- So the Congress of Vienna must be one of history's best examples of a concerted and successful attempt to defend and preserve a major and long-lasting status quo.
- There was no concerted attempt to review its record in government, discuss its mistakes, adjust its philosophical framework and party structure, and rethink its policy agenda.
- 1.1Strenuously carried out; done with great effort: it would take a concerted effort for a burglar to break into my homeMore example sentences
- One of the National Institutes of Health has begun a concerted effort to determine the extent and causes of stillbirth - the death of a fetus at 20 or more weeks of pregnancy.
- intensity comes from a concerted effort by the band to go completely insane with their instruments.
- ‘The Empire State Building is making a concerted effort to reclaim some of its past glory,’ said David Hoffman, executive managing director of Colliers.
- 2(Of music) arranged in several parts of equal importance: concerted secular music for voicesMore example sentences
- But drums played little part in concerted music until the introduction of timpani into the orchestra in the second half of the 17th century.
- On a couple of occasions there's such an outbreak of concerted strumming, it's as though the stage has been invaded by Andrew Lawrence-King's Harp Consort.
- Gould, a pianist himself, has written several concerted works for the instrument.
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- For the rest of the Conference, he concertedly avoided my eye contact.
- The book remains concertedly an archive of the sited project.
- The one question about him has always been whether he is gritty enough to apply his gifts concertedly.