from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Variant of lutenist.
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- n. One who plays the lute, a lutist.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A person that plays on the lute.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A person who plays on a lute.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. a musician who plays the lute
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I likewise can call the lutanist and the singer, but the sounds that pleased me yesterday weary me to day, and will grow yet more wearisome to morrow.
On the evening before the course, Michel and I attended a concert of world-famous lutanist Hopkinson Smith.
One day, being in the house of one of his intimates, he saw painted on the wall the figure of a lutanist, a beautiful damsel, beholder never beheld a fairer or a more pleasant.
He raised the coverlet and drawing near her, considered her straitly, and behold, it was the lutanist whom he desired and of whom he was come in quest.
This is the lutanist of the Caliph Al – Mutawakkil and his pet concubine.
During the tribute, lutanist Frederic Hand and guitarists William Kanengiser, David Leisner, David Tanenbaum, Scott Tennant and Benjamin Verdery will be featured in an eclectic range of works, each of which is meaningful to the musician and identified with Bream.
His interest in the composer grew even more intense when he was introduced to Edin Karamazov, a lutanist from Bosnia.
Lend true repentant tears … BLAIR: This is singer Ellen Hargis with lutanist Paul O'Dette.
The power of her smiling un-mothermind was irresistible, strumming his memories like an expert lutanist.
When they asked him who he was, he answered, a lutanist, nor did the trial belie his profession.