well-rehearsed

well-rehearsed

adj (well rehearsed when postpositive)
(of a play, speech, excuse, etc) sufficiently practised or prepared in advance to ensure a good performance
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With his perfect and well-rehearsed dance steps, Ali Rehman Khan dazzles and steals the show in almost every shot of the song, while Zara Sheikh captivates the audience with her charming dance moves and flirtatious expressions.
Oman's breakthrough came in the 56th minute, when Al Matroushi got on the end of a clever and well-rehearsed corner kick routine to score with a low drive, and they doubled their lead through an Al Ghassani penalty kick after Hamidi committed a foul just three minutes later.
Islamabad -- Pakistan on Sunday rejected Indian allegations regarding Pulwama attack as these were consistent with well-rehearsed tactics from Indian playbook after such previous incidents.
It was a well-rehearsed play wherein minute things were also taken care of to make it a memorable entertainment, she concluded.
'If they train well and go into the game with a well-rehearsed plan, they can achieve a good result.
England's defender Harry Maguire opened the score with a header in the 30th minute, to give England the lead 1-0 after displaying a well-rehearsed tactic as the defender converted the corner.
A well-rehearsed executive, he will give either robust or evasive answers.
He added that contrary to the well-rehearsed drill home, not a single US soldier could jump to the roof that night and the plan to arrest Osama practically crashed along with the chopper.
Hello Broadway strives to build appreciation for the theater by producing family-friendly, well-rehearsed and entertaining productions.
However, club insiders they have a well-rehearsed and set-out plan for tomorrow and they don't want it to be delayed, or spoiled in any way, by having to clear the pitch.
"Schools are some of the safest and most secure public spaces with well-rehearsed safety plans in place to deal with a range of emergencies.