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noun as in music box

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The other has a jukebox, and the evening’s soundtrack is purely dependent on the whims of the patrons.

From Time

Yet on Tehran’s sidewalks, you’ll still hear her songs blaring from phones that double as jukeboxes as neighbors chat in the evening.

From Ozy

At the moment, the longed-for celestial jukebox — sometimes called a Spotify for news, or a Netflix for news — doesn’t exist.

From Digiday

A jukebox was smashed in one business and the money removed from it.

Pizza Hut ripped out its jukeboxes, changed its logo, went off to the fast-food wars, and ain’t been the same since.

From Eater

As a music fan, it was very exciting to finally have access to something close to a celestial jukebox—all music, instantly.

The jukebox plays a medley of sixties tunes, an apt and agreeable feature.

He made suggestions to the manager of the drive-in burger restaurant about what should be on the jukebox.

A DIY-looking jukebox that plays obscure J.Lo and Eastern-Euro pop songs in turn.

Think of the way a song seems to jump out of a car radio or a jukebox, and then add the high fidelity of a good sound system.

Thoughtfully sipping my beer I heard him dial and report a jukebox out of order.

While Harry was drawing the beer I walked string straight to the jukebox, clicked in a quarter, and stalked back to the barstool.

I told her the jukebox and the television set were out of commission and there'd be no noise she didn't make herself.

At Art's that night I listened with envy to the words that were used over the telephone when the jukebox gave up its ghost.

He pushed in through the outer and inner doors, and he heard the burst of music from the jukebox.


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On this page you'll find 4 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to jukebox, such as: musical box, orchestrina, and orchestrion.

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