Definition of Sacbut

1. sackbut [n -S] - See also: sackbut



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sacbut

sac bunt
sac bunts
sac flies
sac fly
sac fungus
sacahuista
sacahuistas
sacahuiste
sacahuistes
sacaline
sacaton
sacatons
sacbrood
sacbut (current term)
sacbuts
saccade
saccades
saccadic
saccadic movement
saccate
sacced
saccharase
saccharases
saccharate
saccharated
saccharephidrosis
saccharic
saccharic acid

Literary usage of Sacbut

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1. Encyclopaedia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature by Francis Lieber, Thomas Gamaliel Bradford (1832)
"The sacbut is usually about eight feet long, and, when extended to its ... Respecting the sacbut of the ancient Hebrews, commentators have differed much. ..."

2. Encyclopædia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature by Thomas Gamaliel Bradford (1851)
"The sacbut is usually about eight feet long, and, when extended to its ... Respecting the sacbut of the ancient Hebrews, commentators have differed much. ..."

3. Encyclopædia Americana: A Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature by Thomas Gamaliel Bradford (1838)
"sacbut; a bass wind instrument, resembling the trumpet, and so contrived as to be ... The sacbut is usually about eight feet long, and, when extended to its ..."

4. The Historic Note-book: With an Appendix of Battles by Ebenezer Cobham Brewer (1891)
"sacbut, harp, and psaltery.1 The sacbut is a corruption of sambuc, a stringed instrument, ' genus cithares ..."

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