melodeon

[ muh-loh-dee-uh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF melodeon

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She could not imagine how the singing could be anything without her voice and the melodeon.

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

Billy's flute and the melodeon did not harmonize as the melodeon had only three notes left in it.

I guess we could get us some kind of a melodeon, 'fore we done such a thing as that.

Eve came from the melodeon and laid one slim hand on his arm.

Did you ever see anything like those figures he is drawing on the melodeon?

Besides, those who sat in front began to be discontented with the melodeon.

I need not say to those who have ever heard a melodeon, that there is nothing like it.

The melodeon was not, originally, designed for the Gothic worship.

Dancing was tabooed, but a "melodeon" was carted to the dock and hymns were sung.

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