Coda (noun)

  1. A passage or section which brings a piece of music to an end.
  2. A concluding event or remark.

Origin:

Early 18th century; earliest use found in charles burney (1726–1814), music historian and composer. from italian, literally "tail".

Examples:

  1. The audience erupted in applause as the coda of Beethoven's Ninth Symphony finished.
  2. The movie had a fitting coda, with the main character riding into the sunset.
  3. The book's coda tied up all the loose ends and gave readers a sense of closure.
  4. The coda of the speech was a powerful call to action.
  5. The coda of the opera was a soaring duet that brought tears to the eyes of many in the audience.
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