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Band member with a long neck
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Alternative clues for the word guitar
It superseded the lute
Many a position in a rock band
Instrument depicted by the circled squares in this grid
Played by strumming or plucking
A stringed instrument usually having six strings
Instrument depicted by the shaded squares in this grid
Instrument for Segovia
Word definitions for guitar in dictionaries
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Word definitions in Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
noun COLLOCATIONS FROM OTHER ENTRIES a piano/guitar etc lesson ▪ I'd just started classical guitar lessons. air guitar bass guitar piano/orchestral/organ/guitar etc accompaniment ▪ He plays folk music with guitar accompaniment. steel guitar COLLOCATIONS...
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Word definitions in The Collaborative International Dictionary
Guitar \Gui*tar"\, n. [F. guitare; cf. Pr., Sp., & Pg.guitarra, It. chitarra; all fr. Gr. ?; cf. L. cithara. Cf. Cittern , Gittern .] A stringed instrument of music resembling the lute or the violin, but larger, and having six strings, three of silk covered...
Word definitions in Wiktionary
n. A stringed musical instrument, usually with fretted fingerboard and 6 strings, played with the fingers or a plectrum (guitar pick). vb. (context rare English) To play the guitar.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
Word definitions in Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
1620s, ultimately from Greek kithara "cithara," a stringed musical instrument related to the lyre, perhaps from Persian sihtar (see sitar ); the name reached English several times, including early 14c. giterne , from Old French, in reference to various...
Word definitions in WordNet
n. a stringed instrument usually having six strings; played by strumming or plucking
Word definitions in Wikipedia
The guitar is a musical instrument classified as a string instrument with anywhere from 4 to 18 strings, usually having 6. The sound is projected either acoustically or through electrical amplification (for an acoustic guitar or an electric guitar , respectively)....
Usage examples of guitar.
The sidewalk was filled with anorectic individuals of ambiguous gender, hugging guitar cases as if they were life preservers, dragging deeply on cigarettes and regarding the passing traffic with spaced-out apprehension.
On the dawning light hung, trembling, the notes of a pastoral aubade somebody was picking out on a guitar.
She was about to give up in defeat, go downstairs and tell the police that Julia must have taken the head shots with her when she went to her audition, when she saw the large manila envelope peeking out from under the shaft of the guitar.
Watson n that wis barry cos wi baith played guitar n hud the same name eh.
Blues screw that might have driven a lesser Bluesman to shoot hisself, get shot, get hold of some bad liquor, or bust up his guitar and take a job down to the mill.
With its accumulation of bongos, drums, guitars and other instruments, it became one of the main hanging-out rooms in the house.
There were small round tables, low backless stools for jazz buffs to sit on with knees hunched, and a bossa nova trio consisting of guitar, bass, and drums.
Lee Prewitt had learned to play a guitar long before he ever learned to bugle or to box.
Anderson and Friday Clark stopped on their way out to ask him if he wanted to sit in when they got the guitars out, later on, Andy who was on guard bugler wearing the web pistol belt and long black holster with the lanyard from the butt up over his shoulder passing under the tucked in tie, and the bugle that he must never let out of sight while on guard hanging down his back.
Andy, who as company bugler had to go with the CP, would ride over every night with his guitar from the CP in the light truck that brought the lieutenant to inspect the posts.
But bugling meant nothing to them, except as a means to escape straight duty and to get more time to practise on guitars.
When he returned from his Charm excursion, Astor put off his guitar practice again while he contacted James Faucumberg to discuss bringing the ceilidh band down from Scotland to do some recording for Kiron Sounds.
The worthy Consul was smoking his chibouque, and his daughter, as she rose to greet their guest, let her guitar fall upon the turf.
Spitmobile guns right past us, Chugger yanks the wheel to the left, and the back end swings around to collide climactically against the front end of the Bronco, sending a precious shrapnel of bouncing snare drums, splintering guitars, squirming black cables, and jury-rigged electronics.
It resembles the flitting of some gipsy, or rather it reminds me of an engraving in a book of fables I owned in my childhood: the whole thing is exactly like the slender wardrobe and the long guitar which the cicala who had sung all the summer, carried upon her back when she knocked at the door of her neighbor the ant.