Definitions

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  • noun Archaic form of xylophone.

Etymologies

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See xylophone.

Examples

  • The Countess had laughed with the melodious zylophone note that caressed the ear, and had flashed on Jusseret her smile which was a magic thing of ivory and flesh and sudden sunshine.

    The Lighted Match

  • That zylophone looks professionally made and tuned.

    MAKE Magazine

  • - C (replaced with 's' or 'k' as appropriate, i.e. dise, kat) - X (replaced with 'ks' or 'z', i.e. aks, zylophone)

    Tim Ellsworth

  • Canopies "changes pace with a bubblier sound - a zylophone played with chopsticks, gentle singings and vocal embellishments burble and drip across the soundscape.

    News

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