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upright piano

noun as in piano

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A new upright piano can start in the range of $3,500 and go way up from there.

After they walked in, Starks whisked off the blanket, revealing a shiny upright piano — a luxury her family had wanted for years.

The sound of fiddles, acoustic guitars, and upright piano filled the air.

There are varying paintings and murals on the wall, an upright piano, and frilly lampshades.

An upright piano, brought from Sacramento, occupied the corner of the parlor.

Farther on is a veritable musician's den, with upright piano, and with a large desk crowded with pictures and mementoes.

Then comes the lop-sided corner of the room, where an upright piano is to stand.

An upright piano and a music-rack were the most conspicuous.

In one corner stood an upright piano, in sharp contrast with the rather antique hair-cloth chairs and sofa.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to upright piano, such as: grand piano, instrument, keyboard, clavichord, clavier, and pianoforte.

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