Antonyms for stringed

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From the distance could be heard the sound of flutes and of stringed instruments.

That the Egyptians had stringed instruments is unquestionable.

The music of stringed instruments and of laughter floated out to her.

The cymbal of the Austrian gypsies is a stringed instrument, like the zitter.

The double orchestra is composed of oboes, flutes, and stringed instruments.

The door was open of that house; the stringed instrument was laid against it.

Note that in each case the metaphor is of a stringed instrument.

They have also a kind of clarinet, three or four different sorts of trumpets, and a stringed instrument not unlike a violoncello.

What are the musical intervals in which the stringed instruments are tuned?

Sancho, a stringed instrument from Senegambia, Western Africa.