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noun as in cantor

noun as in musician

noun as in player

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Example Sentences

Another free soloist passed away after a fall in Eldo in 2019, as well.

She told me she had never sung in public as a soloist her whole life.

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Dylan also appeared, at the first concert, as the harmonica soloist on “Forgetful Heart,” but in a wholly different register.

It was my good fortune to be present at the orchestral concert at Queen's Hall, when Mr. Stojowski was the soloist.

It was a special concert, at which the honored guest and soloist was the great Brahms himself.

An inexperienced violin soloist, such as a student playing at a conservatory recital, often exemplifies this.

But the talented Mrs. Richard Brinsley Sheridan was sorely missed—a woman soloist of worth was needed.

The book aided him as a commonplace accompaniment aids a soloist—alternately boring and exasperating him.


On this page you'll find 66 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to soloist, such as: chanter, hazan, leader, precentor, singer, and vocalist.

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