Definition of Sacbuts

1. sacbut [n] - See also: sacbut



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sacbuts

sac bunt
sac bunts
sac flies
sac fly
sac fungus
sacahuista
sacahuistas
sacahuiste
sacahuistes
sacalait
sacaline
sacaton
sacatons
sacbrood
sacbut
sacbuts (current term)
saccade
saccades
saccadic
saccadic movement
saccate
sacced
saccharase
saccharases
saccharate
saccharated
saccharephidrosis
saccharic
saccharic acid
saccharide

Literary usage of Sacbuts

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1. Forty Years of Music, 1865-1905 by Joseph Bennett (1908)
"But the trombones were known by the title of the King's sacbuts, and in Handel's time the six sacbuts of the Royal Chapel were the only ..."

2. A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels edited by Robert Kerr (1811)
"In the boat there were many sacbuts, and two ivory flutes eight spans long, on which they played by a little hole in the middle, agreeing and according well ..."

3. The Oxford History of Music by William Henry Hadow (1902)
"... such as that there was a difficulty in finding any English players on the ' sacbuts' or trombones, but that ' in his Majesty's military band' were found ..."

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