Definition of Banjos

1. Noun. (plural of banjo) ¹



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Definition of Banjos

1. banjo [n] - See also: banjo

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Banjos

banjo enclosures
banjo eyes
banjo hit
banjo hits
banjo hitter
banjo hitters
banjo ukelele
banjoed
banjoes
banjoing
banjoist
banjoists
banjolele
banjoleles
banjolike
banjos (current term)
banjouke
banjoukes
bank
bank-and-turn indicator
bank-depositor relation
bank account
bank balance
bank bill
bank building
bank card
bank charter
bank check
bank cheque
bank clerk

Literary usage of Banjos

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1. All the Voyages Round the World: From the First by Magellan, in 1520, to by John Galt (1844)
"If a Japanese was addressed by a banjos he crouched to him, bowed his head to the ground, ... The banjos always conducted themselves with great dignity ..."

2. Some Uses of School Assemblies by Teachers College, Columbia University, Lincoln School (1922)
"Sung and Played by Class Modern banjos Nelson There are three different kinds of banjos. This is a minstrel banjo. There is another banjo that is used for ..."

3. The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature by Tobias George Smollett (1813)
"The banjos brought along with them the director of the Dutch, factory, with two captains of the Dutch ships that were in the harbour, * and Baron Pallast;' ..."

4. The Monthly Review by Ralph Griffiths (1814)
"( Mr. President, make your bow to the Head banjos. ... "We are told that the banjos always conducted themselves with great dignity, and that they never ..."

5. The Monthly Magazine by Benjamin Franklin Collection (Library of Congress), Richard Phillips (1813)
"On the following day, in the afternoon, came two banjos with some interpreters, run! brought bnck the ambassador's letter to be sea ed. ..."

6. World's Columbian Exposition, 1893: Official Catalogue by Moses Purnell Handy (1893)
"Sec. I, N & 930 555. Kreling, FW & Sons, San Francisco. banjos and ... 928 The Washburn guitars, banjos, mandolins and zithers made by Lyon & Healy are the ..."

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