Definitions

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  • noun Plural form of cymbalist.

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Examples

  • Five squealing fifers and three thundering cymbalists provided background noise for a middle-aged kender with a black topknot, who yelled through cupped hands from a bench atop a seriously listing wagon.

    Stalling

  • And when they assumed their posts as drummers and cymbalists, lion heads and tails, and the big-headed Buddha, who teases and “tames” the lion, I was enthralled.

    American Chinatown

  • And when they assumed their posts as drummers and cymbalists, lion heads and tails, and the big-headed Buddha, who teases and “tames” the lion, I was enthralled.

    American Chinatown

  • And when they assumed their posts as drummers and cymbalists, lion heads and tails, and the big-headed Buddha, who teases and “tames” the lion, I was enthralled.

    American Chinatown

  • And when they assumed their posts as drummers and cymbalists, lion heads and tails, and the big-headed Buddha, who teases and “tames” the lion, I was enthralled.

    American Chinatown

  • And when they assumed their posts as drummers and cymbalists, lion heads and tails, and the big-headed Buddha, who teases and “tames” the lion, I was enthralled.

    American Chinatown

  • Five squealing fifers and three thundering cymbalists provided background noise for a middle-aged kender with a black topknot, who yelled through cupped hands from a bench atop a seriously listing wagon.

    Kendermore

  • Some of Lord Shoreby's men now cleared a passage down the middle aisle, forcing the people back with lance-stocks; and just then, outside the portal, the secular musicians could be descried drawing near over the frozen snow, the fifers and trumpeters scarlet in the face with lusty blowing, the drummers and the cymbalists beating as for a wager.

    The Black Arrow

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