Definition of Octetts

1. Noun. (plural of octett) ¹



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Definition of Octetts

1. octett [n] - See also: octett

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Octetts

octaword
octene
octenes
octennial
octennially
octenyl
octeract
octeracts
octet
octet rule
octetonium
octets
octett
octette
octettes
octetts (current term)
octi-
octic
octics
octile
octiles
octillion
octillionfold
octillions
octillionth
octitol
octitols
octium
octlet
octlets

Literary usage of Octetts

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

1. The Towneley Plays by George England, Alfred William Pollard, Eugen Kölbing (1897)
"After seven long stanzas (divided in this text into octetts and quatrains, 3—16), ... 113—117 and 127—133, turning two 12-line stanzas into four octetts. ..."

2. The Contemporary Review (1868)
"One would rather see the natural bird there ; one would rather have the second violin in its place. Again, in octetts and ..."

3. Werke: Kritische Durchgesehene Gesammtausg by Franz Schubert (1897)
"Menuett und Finale eines octetts für Blasinstrumente. Vorlage : Die autographe Partitur im Besitze von Nicolaus Dumba in Wien. ..."

4. The Violin and Its Music by George Hart (1881)
"... Twelve Quintetts for two Violins, two Violas and Cello ; Sixteen Sextetts, for various instruments; Two octetts, etc. Whilst Boccherini was at Madrid, ..."

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