Definition of Musickers

1. Noun. (plural of musicker) ¹



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Definition of Musickers

1. musicker [n] - See also: musicker

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Musickers

musicalness
musicals
musicdisk
musicdisks
musician
musician's cramp
musicianly
musicians
musicianship
musicianships
musicing
musick
musicke
musicked
musicker
musickers (current term)
musickes
musicking
musicks
musicless
musicogenic epilepsy
musicological
musicologically
musicologies
musicologist
musicologists
musicology
musicomania
musicotherapy
musics

Literary usage of Musickers

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1. The Musical World (1851)
"... zee a little more about hinglish musickers ... and the Hinglish musickers may overcome these ..."

2. Representative American Plays by Arthur Hobson Quinn (1917)
"Vie. No I—excuse me-;—I 'm sorry—but —I think the Duchess is going soon. PRINCE. Miss Botes, I hope der musickers will play some American music. Vic. ..."

3. The Gentleman's Magazine (1829)
"We were not without our " merrie band of musickers," who entertained us at intervals with such ..."

4. Mark Twain's Library of Humor by Mark Twain (1906)
"Azalea did not put in all of her time with the musickers. One day she came home and said that she had discovered the greatest Literary Genius ever born in ..."

5. The Georgian Era: Memoirs of the Most Eminent Persons, who Have Flourished by ---- Clarke (1834)
"... that his hearers, whether " musickers" or not, were invariably both delighted and astonished. the harpsichord; and the child, struck with his bold and ..."

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