Definition of Instrumentals

1. Noun. (plural of instrumental) ¹



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Definition of Instrumentals

1. instrumental [n] - See also: instrumental

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Instrumentals

instrumentalised
instrumentalises
instrumentalising
instrumentalism
instrumentalist
instrumentalists
instrumentality
instrumentalization
instrumentalizations
instrumentalize
instrumentalized
instrumentalizes
instrumentalizing
instrumentally
instrumentalness
instrumentals (current term)
instrumentarium
instrumentary
instrumentate
instrumentation
instrumentations
instrumented
instrumenting
instrumentist
instrumentists
instrumentlike
instruments
instyle
instyled
instyles

Literary usage of Instrumentals

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1. Life and Work at the Great Pyramid During the Months of January, February by Charles Piazzi Smyth (1867)
"... CHAPTER XL instrumentals. OF all the advantages which we were enjoying through the Viceroy's authority at the Pyramids, there was hardly one of such ..."

2. A Comparative Grammar of the Sanskrit, Zend, Greek, Latin, Lithuanian by Franz Bopp (1862)
"After the analogy of the said Vedic instrumentals may also be explained the Vedic gerunds in tvi ... 114), compare these forms with Vedic instrumentals like ..."

3. A Comparative Grammar of the Sanscrit, Zend, Greek, Latin, Lithuanian by Franz Bopp, Edward Backhouse Eastwick, Horace Hayman Wilson (1853)
"After the analogy of the said Vedic instrumentals may also be explained the Vedic gerunds in tvi ... 114), compare these forms with Vedic instrumentals like ..."

4. The Suffixes Mant and Vant in Sanskrit and Avestan by Harold Herman Bender (1910)
"... are not derived, as some think, from the instrumentals ... The instrumentals approach the possessives ..."

5. 'Round the Round World: Some Impressions of a World Tour by Paul Rader (1922)
"He starts in with argument and information to change instrumentals, which, ... The revolutionist believes that the changing of instrumentals will not affect ..."

6. The Latin Language: An Historical Account of Latin Sounds, Stems and Flexions by Wallace Martin Lindsay (1894)
"... instrumentals with I.-Eur. -a (and -am ? ... 42) may be either instrumentals or Ablatives. Porro is shown to be an Abl. by the old spelling ..."

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