accompanist

[ uh-kuhm-puh-nist, uh-kuhmp-nist ]SEE DEFINITION OF accompanist
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I like Arlt, and for weeks I had been trying to get him as accompanist, so I gained by the affair.

He is Mr. Thayer's accompanist, that little German who was with him at Mrs. Stanley's.

Then, turning, he laid a kindly hand on the arm of his accompanist.

But New York could not supply an accompanist with a pointed beard!

Harris is most widely known as an accompanist, and is one of the best in the country.

There is only one accompanist in the world for me, and I want her for life.

Eckstein is a master, of course, but a necessary evil as an accompanist.

Neither her maid nor the management nor her letters nor her accompanist could get at her now.

Wishing to become an accompanist I anticipate completing my studies in Berlin.

It was plain that the accompanist had been prepared for Nells new move.

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