Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


With that, the unknown displayed an accordion which was slung across his chest.

Was not his accordion there to show that he possessed a regular means of livelihood?

Ye can't foller a fiddle an' sing, ye got to hev a melodeon or accordion.

The Italian slipped his hands from the accordion and laid it aside.

Gunner Oke had strapped an accordion on top of his knapsack.

Why, the table in the middle of the room—chairs—the guitar—the accordion.

What I want to know, Captain,” says he, “is where you learned to play the accordion so well.

The accordion and the bones were put aside that day, and Homer was forgotten.

But a banjo would be better for the Doppies, or—I have it—an accordion!

One-eyed Joe played the accordion, and that was all the music they had.