Clarionet in a sentence

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Definition of Clarionet

  • See Clarinet.

How to use clarionet in a sentence. Clarionet pronunciation.

That last word sounded like a bad note on a clarionet, for, as he spoke, Winks was holding his nose tightly between his finger and thumb.
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Breathe soft, Ye clarionets, and softer still, ye flutes, That winds and waters lulled by magic sounds May bear us smoothly to the Gallic shore.
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On the other hand, Brother Bushel, although he gave out the hymns, had already had a quarrel with the singing pew because they would not more frequently perform a tune with a solo for the double bass, which he always accompanied with his own bass voice, and Mr. Broad had found it difficult to restore peace; the flute and clarionet justly urging that they never had solos, and why the double bass, who only played from ear, and not half as many notes as they played, should be allowed to show off they didn't know.
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His voice had the mellow fulness of the clarionet.
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On this night there were two or three violins, two 'cellos, a tenor viol, double bass, hautboy, clarionets, serpent, and seven singers.
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There was a certain woman of fifty who was fond of the music of the clarionet and flute, but was not able to listen to the sound of a bell or tambourine.
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I quote from `The Symphony', and the "melting Clarionet" is speaking: "So hath Trade withered up Love's sinewy prime, Men love not women as in olden time.
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Then from the gentle stir and fret Sings out the melting clarionet, Like as a lady sings while yet Her eyes with salty tears are wet.
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As in that other one, the audible, Horn answers horn, hautboy and violin Talk, and the 'cello calls the clarionet And flute, and the poor heart is glad.
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G.J. Frick, 2903 Fairhill St., Philadelphia, Pa., a cornet, 6 volumes of GOLDEN DAYS, a lot of books, a pair of opera glasses, a watch, a pair of skates and 2 penknives for a clarionet, a bicycle or a "tuck-up" boat.
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These being produced, an impromptu band was formed: young Peregrine seized the bassoon, the carter took the clarionet, the shepherd the French horn, the cowman the trombone, and, seated at the piano, I myself conducted the orchestra.
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It is thought that the partially-damaged figure on the left-hand side was originally playing a drum and a species of clarionet.
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Was it a squirrel's pettish bark, Or clarionet of jay? or hark, Where yon wedged line the Nestor leads, Steering north with raucous cry Through tracts and provinces of sky, Every night alighting down In new landscapes of romance, Where darkling feed the clamorous clans By lonely lakes to men unknown.
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The corpulent couple, squeezed closely together, silent and out of humour, had taken no notice of each other or their surrounding since Frau Olympia had presumed to drag her husband by force out of the first wagon, where he was paying a visit to a clarionet player's pretty young wife.
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Some musicians came this morning to salute us with a little of their rough music, a drum and a clarionet.
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We entered by a back door which led directly into a small bedroom containing the music: one clarionet, a quartet of Saxhorns, and one trombone.
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The band itself was half asleep, but by sheer force of habit it kept on, the fiddlers drawing the perfunctory bows, and the melancholy clarionet men breathing their expressive sighs.
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Examples of Clarionet

Example #1
Fitz laughed, and asked the question that begins the second paragraph of this chapter.
Example #2
They're just like an old farmer I used to know.
Example #3
The nose of nice nobility.
Example #4
True, we have lost an empire-let it pass.
Example #5
Mr. Bushel, too, contributed ten pounds a year to the cause, and Piddingfold Green Chapel was but a mile farther off from him than Cowfold.
Example #6
There was no fear of any secession on the part of the Allens, connected as they were with them through Priscilla.