Definition of Tympanists

1. Noun. (plural of tympanist) ¹



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Definition of Tympanists

1. tympanist [n] - See also: tympanist

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tympanists

tympanic plate of temporal bone
tympanic plexus
tympanic promontory
tympanic ring
tympanic sinus
tympanic vein
tympanic veins
tympanic wall of cochlear duct
tympanichord
tympanichordal
tympanicity
tympanics
tympanies
tympanism
tympanist
tympanists (current term)
tympanites
tympaniteses
tympanitic
tympanitic resonance
tympanitis
tympanize
tympanized
tympanizes
tympanizing
tympano
tympano-
tympanocentesis
tympanoeustachian
tympanohyal

Literary usage of Tympanists

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1. Dwight's Journal of Music: A Paper of Art and Literature by John Sullivan Dwight (1877)
"Besides the Court and field trumpeters and tympanists, who, like the other musicians, were bound to assist at all times in Eisenstadt and on journeys, ..."

2. Works by Jean Calvin, Calvin Translation Society (1860)
"... there,—some drinking, some sleeping, and some vomiting; some piping, some whistling; tympanists and harpers playing; some disputing, some quarrelling! ..."

3. Field Genealogy: Being the Record of All the Field Family in America, Whose by Frederick Clifton Pierce (1901)
"... he was one of the tympanists at both the ' ' Peace Jubilees," and is now in his sixth season as one of the percussion instrument players of the Boston ..."

4. The Annals of Ireland by John Clyn, Richard Butler, Thady Dowling (1849)
"... so pre-eminent that he was a phce- uix in his art, and with him fell about twenty tympanists, who were lus scholars. ..."

5. History of the Viceroys of Ireland: With Notices of the Castle of Dublin and by John Thomas Gilbert (1865)
"... preeminently a phoenix in his art," and that with him were slain about twenty tympanists, his pupils. " If," adds the Franciscan writer, " Mac Carroll ..."

6. Annals of Ireland: Three Fragments by Duald Mac Firbis, Duald MacFirbis, John O'Donovan, Bibliothèque royale de Belgique (1860)
"... there,—some drinking, some sleeping, and some vomiting; some piping, some whistling; tympanists and harpers playing; some disputing, some quarrelling! ..."

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