Definition of Mandolines

1. Noun. (plural of mandoline) ¹



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Definition of Mandolines

1. mandoline [n] - See also: mandoline

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Mandolines

mandiocs
mandir
mandira
mandiras
mandirs
mandlen
mandlestone
mandlestones
mandment
mandments
mandocello
mandola
mandolas
mandolin
mandoline
mandolines (current term)
mandolinist
mandolinists
mandolinlike
mandolins
mandom
mandoms
mandopop
mandor
mandora
mandoras
mandore
mandorla
mandorlas
mandragora

Literary usage of Mandolines

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Windsor Magazine: An Illustrated Monthly for Men and Women (1903)
"I have only given a slight idea of the work entailed in the making of mandolines, but the difficulties which Mr. Winder had to overcome when he first ..."

2. The Writings of Lafcadio Hearn by Lafcadio Hearn (1922)
"The flutes had dove-tones; and they cooed and moaned and purled; — and the mandolines throbbed through the liquid plaint of them, like a beating of hearts. ..."

3. Roba Di Roma by William Wetmore Story (1864)
"Bacchantes and Lence, waving cane poles entwined with vine sprays, or beating their ringing tambourines, thrumming their guitars or mandolines, and pumping ..."

4. De Fidiculis Bibliographia: Being an Attempt Towards a Bibliography of the by Edward Heron-Allen (1890)
"GUITARS, mandolines, BOWS, CASES, VIOLIN MUSIC. Repairs of all kinds executed in the best manner with the greatest care. LISTS ON APPLICATION. ..."

5. Exotics and Retrospectives by Lafcadio Hearn (1898)
"The flutes had dove-tones ; and they cooed and moaned and purled; — and the mandolines throbbed through the liquid plaint of them, like a beating of hearts. ..."

6. A Vagabond's Odyssey: Being Further Reminiscences of a ... Sailor-troubadour by A Safroni-Middleton (1916)
"I played my Samoan waltz, arranging it for two violins, guitar and mandolines, and the wild barbarian note of the strain was very popular. ..."

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