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  • noun Plural form of musicker.


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  • Sometimes the "musickers" would come, and, crowding around the little organ, practice the chants for some _fiesta_ day.

    The Great White Tribe in Filipinia

  • On consideration for the musickers he ought to have down it.

    Finnegans Wake

  • They've gone religious, they have, an 'they don't look well on musickers,' less they be outa the Church itself.

    The Robin And The Kestrel

  • Not much trade in anythin 'but Church music, an' even the Guild musickers get mortal weary of that.

    The Robin And The Kestrel

  • I don 'let me musickers get dry, but I don' let 'em get drunk, neither.

    The Lark And The Wren

  • Tell ye what else, sommut 'em gonna know where there's places lookin 'fer musickers.

    The Lark And The Wren

  • When I was jest startin 'this place, musickers came round t' play jest fer the set-out, 'till I could afford t' feed 'em.

    The Lark And The Wren

  • An orchestra with first-class musickers and a swell conductor -- and I believe we ought to do the thing up brown and get one of the highest-paid conductors on the market, providing he ain't a


  • Note especially the cluster of those wonderful musickers, who, at the end of the Middle Age, went from Flanders and thereabouts, into Italy and all around Europe, weaving their Flemish counterpoint like a net all over the world of music.

    The Love Affairs of Great Musicians, Volume 2

  • Two flamboyant young musickers leave the town of Luebeck as soon as can be.

    The Love Affairs of Great Musicians


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