Definition of Pianisms

1. Noun. (plural of pianism) ¹



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Definition of Pianisms

1. pianism [n] - See also: pianism

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pianisms

piaffers
piaffes
piaffing
pial
pial-glial membrane
pial funnel
pian
pian bois
pianet
pianette
pianettes
pianic
pianino
pianinos
pianism
pianisms (current term)
pianissimi
pianissimo
pianissimos
pianississimo
pianist
pianist's cramp
pianiste
pianistes
pianistic
pianistically
pianistics
pianists
piano

Literary usage of Pianisms

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1. Essays: Scientific, Political, and Speculative by Herbert Spencer (1864)
"When we say that the working-classes, and more especially the artizan-classes, have strong leanings towards these Uto- pianisms, which they have unhappily ..."

2. The Musical World (1851)
"The charming cantabile in the third act w,-. beautifully rendered by Madame Sontag; but her pianisms, which have been so much admired in London, ..."

3. Sims Reeves, His Life and Recollections by John Sims Reeves, Sims Reeves (1888)
"Some of the pieces are charming little pictures ; others display ingenious devices in pianisms. Nos. 2, 4, 6, 8, and ft are especially charming ; but all ..."

4. The Wandering Jew by Eugène Sue (1903)
"full freedom to my mind, which, restrained all day, now carried me through the most delicious theories and uto- pianisms. Then, from the elevation of my ..."

5. The Wandering Jew by Eugène Sue (1903)
"full freedom to my mind, which, restrained all day, now carried me through the most delicious theories and uto- pianisms. Then, from the elevation of my ..."

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