Definition of Thrummers

1. thrummer [n] - See also: thrummer



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Thrummers

thrown up
throws
throws away
throws down
throws up
throwster
throwsters
throwup
thru
thrue
thruly
thrum
thrum-eyed
thrummed
thrummer
thrummers (current term)
thrummier
thrummiest
thrumming
thrummingly
thrummy
thrums
thrumwort
thrung
thruout
thruppence
thruppences
thruput
thruputs

Literary usage of Thrummers

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

1. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1882)
"The skill these thrummers of the guitar display is delicious, especially in the treble part, which is executed on a smaller species of the instrument, ..."

2. The Mercersburg Review by Alumni Association, Pa.) Marshall College (Mercersburg (1849)
"Instructors, no doubt you were, in the rudiments of the fine arts or of letters; thrummers on the piano or dabblers in water colors; or, mayhap, ..."

3. Mercersburg Review (1849)
"Instructors, no doubt you were, in the rudiments of the fine arts or of letters ; thrummers on the piano or dabblers in water colors; or, mayhap, ..."

4. Life of Richard Wagner by Carl Friedrich Glasenapp, William Ashton Ellis (1903)
"... then the disgustingly commercial character, which ultimately turned from music to discuss mere music-wares and music-thrummers, till it arrived at ..."

5. Spanish Vistas by George Parsons Lathrop (1883)
"The skill these thrummers of the guitar display is delicious, especially in the treble part, which is executed on a smaller species of the instrument, ..."

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