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Numerology

  1. Chaldean Numerology

    The numerical value of musicals in Chaldean Numerology is: 6

  2. Pythagorean Numerology

    The numerical value of musicals in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7

Examples of musicals in a Sentence

  1. Julianne Hough:

    I think it's wonderful, I love musicals, i loved 'La La Land,' thought it was wonderful and redoing 'Grease' was really fun, I enjoyed it. I thought Julianne [Hough] did a great job.

  2. Dan Stevens:

    Like all great Disney films and all great movie musicals, it's in glorious technicolor and it really embraces all colors of the rainbow, beauty and the Beast.

  3. The Hollywood Reporter:

    It took less than five minutes into Fox's 'Grease: Live' for director Thomas Kail to throw down the gauntlet, kick it out the door and slam the door shut on just about any future live musicals when it comes to sheer technical dexterity.

  4. Dan Stevens:

    In the end, the film is about seeing past anyone's surface and looking on the inside. It's not only about learning to love someone else, but it's about learning to love yourself -- and that's deeply human, and we all feel that no matter who we are or who we love. like all great Disney films and all great movie musicals, it's in glorious technicolor and it really embraces all colors of the rainbow.

  5. Michael Chabon:

    And everything he hates about musicals, that people sing and dance at the drop of a hat, he finds himself doing just that against his will.

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