Piano synonyms

pē-ăn'ō, pyăn'ō
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(Music) An early keyboard instrument producing a soft sound by means of metal blades attached to the inner ends of the keys gently striking the strings
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used as a direction in music; to be played relatively softly
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(Music) A lesser used term for the piano (the musical instrument).
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A small upright piano of relatively low height
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A commune in France
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A small grand piano, about five feet long
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(Informal) An upright piano.
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(Informal) A person who is square
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(Music) a large grand piano, especially one used for concert performances
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A private sitting room, dressing room, or bedroom, especially one belonging to a woman.
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The definition of a cabinet is a cupboard used for holding or storing things, or a group of advisors.
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A small piano.
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(Music) A pianette, or small piano.
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(Music) A type of lightweight piano with electronic pickups to amplify the sound. The strings, or string substitutes, are struck mechanically such that the action is similar to that of a normal piano.
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Any of various instruments, played by means of a musical keyboard, often connected to a synthesizer or amplifier.
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A piano that can play automatically by means of a built-in pneumatic mechanism that depresses the keys in response to signals on a perforated roll
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A small keyboard used by pianists for exercising the fingers, without producing any sound; a dumb piano.
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Well adapted to the piano.
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The keyboard of an organ, harpsichord, piano, etc.
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A piano having the strings strung in a horizontal harp-shaped frame supported usually on three legs.
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Any of various devices designed or used to produce musical sound, as a piano, drum, violin, oboe, etc.
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(Music) A mechanical piano which uses a roll of perforated paper to operate its keys, instead of being played by a pianist.
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(Electronics) An electronic device or software application that plays audio and/or video media, such as CD player.
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A piano having the strings mounted vertically in a rectangular case with the keyboard at a right angle to the case.
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Not stern; lenient:
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used as a direction in music; to be played relatively softly
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a keyboard instrument that is played by depressing keys that cause hammers to strike tuned strings and produce sounds
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A pianissimo passage
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Find another word for piano. In this page you can discover 35 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for piano, like: clavichord, forte, pianoforte, spinet, grand, baby-grand, upright, square, concert-grand, apartment grand and boudoir.