Definition of Tubas

1. Noun. (plural of tuba) ¹



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Definition of Tubas

1. tuba [n] - See also: tuba

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tubas

tubal branch
tubal branch of the tympanic plexus
tubal branch of the uterine artery
tubal cartilage
tubal colic
tubal dysmenorrhoea
tubal extremity of ovary
tubal folds of uterine tubes
tubal infantilism
tubal ligation
tubal pregnancy
tubal prominence
tubal tonsil
tubalike
tubar
tubas (current term)
tubate
tubatorsion
tubba
tubbable
tubbed
tubber
tubbers
tubbier
tubbies
tubbiest
tubbiness
tubbinesses
tubbing
tubbings

Literary usage of Tubas

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1. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and (1911)
"There is, however, a radical difference in construction between the two types: given the same length of tubing, the fundamental octave of the tubas is an ..."

2. Biblical Researches in Palestine, and in the Adjacent Regions: A Journal of by Edward Robinson (1874)
"Turning now N. 20° E. we came at 2.50 to the large village of tubas, on the western ... There is little room for question, but that tubas is the modern ..."

3. Later Biblical Researches in Palestine and the Adjacent Regions: A Journal by Edward Robinson, Eli Smith (1856)
"Turning now N. 20° E. we came at 2.50 to the large village of tubas, on the western ... There is little room for question, but that tubas is the modern ..."

4. Biblical Researches in Palestine and the Adjacent Regions: A Journal of by Edward Robinson, Eli Smith (1856)
"Besides the villages we had to day seen on the right of our road after leaving Jeba', there is also marked in our lists a place called tubas, which probably ..."

5. The Encyclopedia Britannica: A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature and by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"In the orchestra these instruments are called tubas; in military bands euphonium ... Prussia has not adopted these modifications; the bass tubas with large ..."

6. Orchestral Instruments and Their Use: Giving a Description of Each by Arthur Elson (1902)
"... X. TROMBONES AND tubas IN the classical orchestra, where the instruments were divided into three definite groups, the string and wood-wind divisions ..."

7. History of Roman Literature from Its Earliest Period to the Augustan Age by John Colin Dunlop (1827)
"... solebat Omnibus in medias Ennius ire tubas*." It is difficult, however, to see in what expeditions he could have attended this renowned general. ..."

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