Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as musician.

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Examples

  • ( 'E wuz a kind of musicianer for the Ward fambly).

    Slave Narratives: a Folk History of Slavery in the United States From Interviews with Former Slaves South Carolina Narratives, Part 2

  • “She never was no musicianer, and I'd rather see her a-settin 'by my tub as she used to set when I was a-wringin' out the clothes from the suds, than to be up there a-harpin '.”

    Memories and Anecdotes

  • "Give Ike Jones half a chance with that old tramboon of his and he ain't no slouch as a musicianer," remarked Landlord Files to the young man.

    When Egypt Went Broke

  • And, whilse I'm no musicianer, when my blame 'eyes is jes'

    Songs of Friendship

  • "She never was no musicianer, and I'd rather see her a-settin 'by my tub as she used to set when I was a-wringin' out the clothes from the suds, than to be up there a-harpin '."

    Memories and Anecdotes

  • Wuz that tenderfoot musicianer, Perfesser Vere de Blaw!

    A Little Book of Western Verse

  • I wish I had a pocketful of sudden deaths, that I might throw one at every thief of a musicianer that comes up the street.

    Jorrocks' Jaunts and Jollities

  • The old flute was for next to no use at all, except for wee Benjie, poor thing, too-tooing on, to keep him good, and I told them so, myself being no musicianer; but would take their offer not to quarrel.

    The Life of Mansie Wauch tailor in Dalkeith

  • He had collected all the Carter Family’s early music and was immensely proud to have known the patriarch of the family, Alvin Pleasant Carter, who, in a postcard to Vikki’s father, had called him “a fellow musicianer.”

    Rain Gods

  • I'm no great musicianer myself, though I have tried the trump; but there the now -- with the night like that, and us like this, and all the rest of it -- that lilt of yours -- oh, damn! pass the bottle; what for should a man be melancholy? "

    Doom Castle

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