v. t.1.To place fitly together; to adapt; to clear.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The first and inescapable problem is that without recasting da Ponte's libretto (the greatest, or at least the most concinnate ever written), it is impossible to avoid various kinds of dissonance between what people are saying and what the stage images suggest they are doing.
For every Zoo Story or Beirut that establishes its own theatrical identity, a legion of other one-acters sink into oblivion, victims of their own concinnate virtue, for had the playwright valued the box office more than his muse, he could probably have beefed up his story to a commercially viable ninety minutes.