Synonyms
Etymology

1. pianist

noun. ['piːˈænəst, piːˈɑːnəst, ˈpiːənɪst'] a person who plays the piano.

Synonyms

  • player
  • musician
  • instrumentalist

Etymology

  • pianiste (French)
  • pianista (Italian)

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Rhymes with Pianist

  • abortionist
  • absolutist
  • absurdist
  • activist
  • acusyst
  • adventist
  • aerodynamicist
  • africanist
  • agonist
  • agronomist
  • alarmist
  • alchemist
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  • almquist
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  • amethyst
  • analyst
  • anatomist
  • andrist
  • anthropologist

How do you pronounce pianist?

Pronounce pianist as ˈpiənɪst.

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Sentences with pianist


1. Noun, singular or mass
Photocopy your song and tape the edges together in accordion style to hand to the pianist at the audition.

Quotes about pianist


1. Having children makes you no more a parent than having a piano makes you a pianist.
- Michael Levine

2. Real data is messy. ...It's all very noisy out there. Very hard to spot the tune. Like a piano in the next room, it's playing your song, but unfortunately it's out of whack, some of the strings are missing, and the pianist is tone deaf and drunk- I mean, the noise! Impossible!
- Tom Stoppard

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