Definition of Tambourines

1. Noun. (plural of tambourine) ¹



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Definition of Tambourines

1. tambourine [n] - See also: tambourine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tambourines

tambers
tambon
tamborine
tambou
tambour
tambour sound
tamboura
tambouras
tamboured
tambourer
tambourers
tambourin
tambourine
tambourinelike
tambourines (current term)
tambouring
tambourinist
tambourinists
tambourins
tambours
tambreet
tambur
tambura
tamburas
tamburin
tamburins
tamburitza
tamburs
tame

Literary usage of Tambourines

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1. Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature by John McClintock, James Strong (1876)
"... fnr-' we find in the tambourines of the present dr €<ii ir presence may, however, be inferred from tbe BU- ..."

2. John Brown Among the Quakers: And Other Sketches by Irving Berdine Richman (1894)
"The music was from violins, horns, sleigh - bells and tambourines. When the frolic was over, the military recruits were called forward and blessed by the ..."

3. Syria Lebanon by Wolfgang Gockel, Helga Bruns (1998)
"OF DRUMS, tambourines AND TRUMPETS No one knows when the first melody was hummed or the first instrument tuned. Yet it is certain that by the 3rd mil- ..."

4. Syria Lebanon by Wolfgang Gockel, Helga Bruns (1998)
"OF DRUMS, tambourines AND TRUMPETS No one knows when the first melody was hummed or the first instrument tuned. Yet it is certain that by the 3rd mil- ..."

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