Allegro (adverb)

At a fast, lively tempo.

Origin:

From italian allegro, from latin alacer ("lively, brisk"), from alere ("to nourish"). the musical term allegro originally meant a fast, lively tempo, and has also come to be used as an adverb meaning in a lively or brisk manner.

Examples:

  1. The pianist played the sonata allegro.
  2. She danced allegro across the stage.
  3. He spoke allegro and with great enthusiasm.
  4. The music was allegro and lively.
  5. The children played allegro in the park.
Some random words: famine, satisfy, lambaste