from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A barrel-organ fitted with a set of pipes of flute-like tone.


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  • The rent varies from two to twenty dollars per month, according to the quality of the instrument; the French flute-organ commanding the best price.

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  • In good weather, a man with a good flute-organ can generally make from two to five dollars a day.

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