1. cellist

noun. ['ˈtʃɛləst'] someone who plays a violoncello.


  • musician
  • instrumentalist
  • violoncellist

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Rhymes with Cellist

  • ablest
  • abolitionist
  • accompanist
  • activist
  • advantest
  • advantest
  • agriculturalist
  • alarmist
  • allergist
  • amorist
  • anabaptist
  • analyst
  • anarchist
  • anatomist
  • anesthesiologist
  • anesthetist
  • angriest
  • animist
  • antagonist
  • anthropologist

How do you pronounce cellist?

Pronounce cellist as ˈʧɛləst.

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Sentences with cellist

1. Noun, singular or mass
The principal cellist in the orchestra might earn an even higher salary.

2. Adjective
Famous alumni include cellist Yo-Yo Ma and film composers Bernard Hermann and Mark Snow.

Quotes about cellist

1. As you read a book word by word and page by page, you participate in its creation, just as a cellist playing a Bach suite participates, note by note, in the creation, the coming-to-be, the existence, of the music. And, as you read and re-read, the book of course participates in the creation of you, your thoughts and feelings, the size and temper of your soul.
- Ursula K. Le Guin