Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A performer on the violin.
- n. A person who plays the violin
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. A player on the violin.
- n. a musician who plays the violin
- violin + -ist (Wiktionary)
“The photo in the church showing the cello players and violinist is especially dramatic and I am going to turn it into a painting.”
“I'm told the violinist is 2nd chair in the state philharmonic.”
“But really, the only context in which a violinist is really cool in that way is when he’s playing Devil Went Down To Georgia.”
“I was four years old and being a musician and a violinist is a constant growth process.”
“Was Yehudi Menuhin primarily known as a violinist, pianist or trumpeter?”
“Madonna is a fan of the violinist, which is why she attended the fete, according to a person familiar with the situation.”
“Apparently the violinist is the usual wedding day entertainment, so we kinda took his gig.”
“After about 50 seconds, the phone rang: Tom checking in from the RFH, about to play Mozart with Anne-Sophie Mutter currently my most loathed non-period-instrument violinist, which is why I wasn't there.”
“You have a lot of gall calling the violinist example bizarre only to turn around and deliver the equally bizarre comparison above.”
“The violinist was the leader; a few quick words were all that was needed, and a guinea sealed their bargain.”
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