Definition of Cornetist

1. Noun. A musician who plays the trumpet or cornet.

Exact synonyms: Trumpeter
Specialized synonyms: Bugler
Generic synonyms: Instrumentalist, Musician, Player
Specialized synonyms: Armstrong, Louis Armstrong, Satchmo, Dizzy Gillespie, Gillespie, John Birks Gillespie
Derivative terms: Cornet, Trumpet



Definition of Cornetist

1. Noun. Someone who plays the cornet ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cornetist

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cornetist

cornerlike
cornerman
cornermen
corners
cornerstone
cornerstones
cornerways
cornerwise
cornet
cornetcies
cornetcy
corneter
corneters
cornetfish
cornetfishes
cornetist (current term)
cornetists
cornetite
cornets
cornett
cornetti
cornettini
cornettino
cornettinos
cornettist
cornettists
cornetto
cornettos
cornetts
corneule

Literary usage of Cornetist

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1. The Canadian Album: Men of Canada : Or, Success by Example, in Religion by William Cochrane, John Castell Hopkins, W. J. Hunter (1896)
"In 1870, he went to the United States, where he spent twelve years, being connected with many of the leading orchestras, as cornetist, while residing in ..."

2. Men of Mark: Eminent, Progressive and Rising by William J. Simmons, Henry McNeal Turner (1887)
"Composer—Violinist and cornetist—Band Instructor. MR. WILLIAMS forced his way upward in the face of all those difficulties, against which the Negro has to ..."

3. Pleasant Hours with Illustrious Men and Women, with Many Personal by Thomas W. Handford (1885)
"... more perfectly master of the violin, nor Rubinstein of the piano, than Levy is of the cornet. The late JA Arbuckle, for many years the cornetist at Dr. ..."

4. The Wit and Humor of America by Marshall Pinckney Wilder (1911)
""While the music continued my friend was a well man ready to go out and fight like a warrior, but when the cornetist stopped—the colic returned and he had ..."

5. The Print of My Remembrance by Augustus Thomas (1922)
"He says that the cornetist was William Disston, of Philadelphia, where his father was a skilled maker of cornets. William Disston and Garvey were together ..."

6. The Ten Books of the Merrymakers edited by Marshall Pinckney Wilder (1908)
""While the music continued my friend was a well man ready to go out and fight like a warrior, but when the cornetist stopped—the colic returned and he had ..."

7. Music (1899)
"At the age of fourteen he made his first public appearance as a cornetist, playing at the Atlantic garden and making a decided "hit. ..."

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