concertina

[ kon-ser-tee-nuh ]SEE DEFINITION OF concertina

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It was Uncle Ben who played the concertina at the door of his hut in the evening.

The whole thing's like a concertina, and some one jigging it!

A youth plays the concertina; there is laughter, then an abrupt silence.

He thinks he'll just swap one of them overcoats for a concertina.

When the man with the concertina came into the light and I saw him clearly I started.

This was what had happened to the Miguels and Serapios and the concertina.

The band at Holboch consisted of a kettledrum and a concertina.

"Now then, you concertina boys, give us a two-step," he called out.

The action of the stomach is very much like that of a concertina.

If I could get that dressmaker to make a concertina skirt like Susy Nagle's.

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