Definition of Mandoras

1. mandora [n] - See also: mandora



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mandoras

mandocello
mandola
mandolas
mandolin
mandoline
mandolines
mandolinist
mandolinists
mandolinlike
mandolins
mandom
mandoms
mandopop
mandor
mandora
mandoras (current term)
mandore
mandorla
mandorlas
mandragora
mandragoras
mandragorite
mandragorites
mandrake
mandrake root
mandrakes
mandraulic
mandred
mandrel
mandrels

Literary usage of Mandoras

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Melomaniacs by James Huneker (1902)
"... Tam-Tams, Carillons, Xylophones, Crescents of beating bells, mandoras, Whistling Vases of Clay, ..."

2. The history of the violin, and other instruments played on with the bow from by William Sandys, Simon Andrew Forster (1864)
"... guitars, lutes, and mandoras. /It really would almost appear that the possession of one of these splendid instruments would make a person, ..."

3. The Story of the Violin by Paul Stoeving (1904)
"... some bass viols (which at his time were yet in use in orchestras), and also some lutes, guitars, and mandoras, very exquisitely wrought. ..."

4. The History of the Violin: And Other Instruments Played on with the Bow from by William Sandys, Simon Andrew Forster (1864)
"... guitars, lutes, and mandoras. It really would almost appear that the possession of one of these splendid instruments would make a person, ..."

5. Bedouins: Mary Garden, Debussy, Chopin Or the Circus, Botticelli, Poe by James Huneker (1920)
"... Pantalons, Conches, Flageolets made of Pelican bones, Tams-tams, Carillons, Xylophones, Crescents of beating bells, mandoras, Whistling Vases of day, ..."

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