Definition of Improvisator

1. n. An improviser, or improvvisatore.



Definition of Improvisator

1. Noun. One who improvises. ¹

2. Noun. An improvvisatore. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Improvisator

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Improvisator

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Literary usage of Improvisator

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1. Rome, in the Nineteenth Century: Containing a Complete Account of the Ruins by Charlotte Anne Waldie Eaton, Thomas Welton (1820)
"I HAVE heard one of the most extraordinary improvisator! that I suppose ever appeared, even in Italy. For four or five successive hours, he continues to ..."

2. The Book of Archery by George Agar Hansard (1840)
"In this talent for unpremeditated composition they were in nowise inferior to the Italian improvisator! ..."

3. Bermuda: Its History, Geology, Climate, Products, Agriculture, Commerce, and by Theodore L. Godet (1860)
"... knowledge of imitative arts—Development of the vocal organs—Display in vocal harmony — improvisator! — Christmas holidays—Pyrrhic dance of the ..."

4. The Premium: A Present for All Seasons: Consisting of Elegant Selections (1833)
"what could a mother's prayer, In all its wildest ecstasy of hope, Ask for its darling like the bliss of heaven 1 improvisator! ..."

5. Poetry and Poets: A Collection of the Choicest Anecdotes Relative to the by Richard Ryan (1826)
"THE first time I heard these improvisator}, I thought it quite impossible to go on so readily as they did, without having agreed things together before hand ..."

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