Definition of Cellists

1. Noun. (plural of cellist) ¹



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Definition of Cellists

1. cellist [n] - See also: cellist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cellists

cellarways
cellary
cellblock
cellblocks
cellco
cellcos
celled
cellevision
celli
cellicolous
celliferous
celliform
cellifugal
celling
cellist
cellists (current term)
cellmate
cellmates
cello
cellobiase
cellobiohydrolase
cellobiose
cellobiose oxidase
cellobioses
cellobiosidase
cellobioside
cellodextrin phosphorylase
cellohexose
celloidin
celloidins

Literary usage of Cellists

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1. The Violoncello and Its History by Wilhelm Joseph von Wasielewski, Isobella S. E. Stigand (1894)
"later followed the cellists CAJETAN, GOTTLIEB, SCHEIDL, and HAUSCHKA. Nothing is known concerning Scheidl. We have more information regarding VINCENZ ..."

2. Recollections of an Old Musician by Thomas Ryan (1899)
"Then there were a few temporary changes of 'cellists till Anton Hekking came. It is to be seen that the Club has had, from first to last, ..."

3. Tchaikovsky by Edwin Evans (1906)
"It is known to all 'cellists as one of the finest display pieces in existence, ... Although attractive to 'cellists, it is not a composition of the greatest ..."

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