View definitions for strumming
He seemed to be here, there, everywhere, sitting under a tree softly strumming his guitar.
In his introduction Wolcott admits to “going soft” lately, to “becoming a more loving, caring, dulcimer-strumming individual.”
But there was also singing and guitar strumming and—inevitably—a circle dance.
I take brief breaks from writing, 2-3 minutes, by strumming badly on a guitar.
These pieces show Christov-Bakargiev wearing her Apollo hat and strumming the lyre too loudly.
The accompaniment was a simple strumming on a harp of very few strings, and was hardly more than the beating of time.
From a corner came the notes of a piano-organ strumming out a stirring march of Rossini's.
It shows the true Spain, and not merely the conventional one of strumming guitars and jingling mule bells.
He contented himself with strumming a melancholy air on his guitar: you know that is his resource in embarrassing circumstances.
Sard, strumming a few chords on the piano, looked thoughtfully at her aunt.
On this page you'll find 3 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to strumming, such as: plunk, pluck, and pick.
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