Thesaurus / ragtime
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If, in total ignorance, a resident of India asks you, "What is ragtime?"

Expository WritingMervin James Curl

Presently they burst into a religious song with as much gusto as they had sung the ragtime.

The SearchGrace Livingston Hill

Ragtime is the musical symptom of this American craving for speed and incessant excitement.

A Hungarian orchestra was playing the latest Manhattan ragtime, at the far end of the piazza.

The Air TrustGeorge Allan England

There is ragtime literature as well as ragtime music for the many.

Ponkapog PapersThomas Bailey Aldrich

At least, his gestures were those of a ragtime comedian, and the tune bore some faint resemblance.

Nights in LondonThomas Burke

As each soldier began to trim his uniform to his own idea of comfort, it was soon, in very reality, a "ragtime" army.

"Give me ragtime," he said now, with the effect of bursting out of somewhere.

Grove and I sat on the back seat with Ragtime Sandbanks (thats the name we gave him) sitting up between us.

Goldie's face softened as if a choir invisible was singing her ragtime from above her skylight.

WORDS RELATED TO RAGTIME

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