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

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But I could hear it for a long time, and it the grandest I ever heard—and like a melodeon.

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

Backlog StudiesCharles Dudley Warner

The melodeon climbed to two dollars, with comparative rapidity.

The Happy VentureEdith Ballinger Price

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

You do not like it much, any more than he would like a melodeon or a piano.

The Women of the ArabsHenry Harris Jessup

She returned to the melodeon and sat down with her back toward him.

The StarbucksOpie Percival Read

In the second view, the pedestal must slowly revolve, while a plaintive air is played on the melodeon.

When supper was over a melodeon or several mouth-organs were produced, and selections were played for another hour.

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

He saw dimly the stone angel standing in the porch, and, leaving his melodeon on the pavement, entered the gate to examine it.

Satan SandersonHallie Erminie Rives

WORDS RELATED TO MELODEON

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