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Definition of Musicker
1. one who performs music [n -S]
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Literary usage of Musicker
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1. The Book of Days: A Miscellany of Popular Antiquities in Connection with the by Robert Chambers (1832)
"When asked to play to a stranger, he would inquire, in his childish prattle, 'Is he a musicker ?' and, if the answer were in the affirmative, ..."
2. The Methodist Review (1834)
"Whenever he was called to play to a stranger, he -would ask, in a word of his own, "Is he a musicker?" and if answered, "Yes," he played with the greatest ..."
3. Jamieson's Dictionary of the Scottish Language: In which the Words are by John Jamieson, John Johnstone (1867)
"musicker, ». A musician, 8. 0. Entail. MUSK, ». A pulp ? ¡lax. Sei. Tränt. MUSK, ». A confused heap, Galloway. Oau. Enc. —Isl. mosk, acus, ..."
4. Girlhood and Character by Mary Eliza Moxcey (1916)
"... or a musicker," a sculptor, or a teacher, or the mother of ten children; perhaps all in the same day; perhaps one ideal persisted for a long time. ..."
5. The Georgian Era: Memoirs of the Most Eminent Persons, who Have Flourished by ---- Clarke (1834)
"... he would invariably inquire, " Is he a musicker ?" and if he were answered in the affirmative, he always complied with the greatest readiness. ..."