Definitions

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  • n. A musician.

Etymologies

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music +‎ -k- +‎ -er

Examples

  • "musicker" was a grotesque old fellow, with enormous feet, and glasses rimmed with tortoise-shell.

    The Great White Tribe in Filipinia

  • "I like it," said Button-Bright, who was staring hard at the musicker, his little legs spread wide apart.

    Love Letters

  • All this while the little fat musicker was breathing the notes:

    Love Letters

  • Toto did not like the fat musicker and made a grab for his chubby leg.

    Love Letters

  • This praise seemed to please the little fat musicker, for he swelled out his chest, looked important and sang as follows:

    Love Letters

  • But the musicker was still breathing his constant Oom, pom-pom; Oom pom-pom -- and it seemed to jar on the shaggy man's nerves.

    Love Letters

  • "Ye be a musicker, boy?" she asked, and Rune nodded.

    The Lark And The Wren

  • "They know 'bout what a musicker like you should make in a night, barrin 'windfalls," he replied.

    The Lark And The Wren

  • Most of the people here in town think just like you-fact is, Amber's had a bit of a problem getting a good musicker because of that.

    The Lark And The Wren

  • We got a reg'lar musicker, but he took a job at a weddin '.

    The Lark And The Wren

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