There are few things cuter than a little kid killing it on the ukulele.
Trainor brought along a ukulele to her audition and blew him away.
Bernice saw that Warren's eyes had left a ukulele he had been tinkering with and were fixed on her questioningly.
Do you know this step—to the Paradise whistle and ukulele and that new instrument, the Shiverskin, it's just great.
And really with two violins, ukulele and piano we weren't a half bad orchestra.
The musical instruments in use to-day are the guitar, the mandolin, and the ukulele.
Cinny put up an indifferent hand to her fair hair, one of the cushions fell overboard, also a ukulele.
Somebody began to play a ukulele, and gay voices took up the tune.
But Fulaanu lounged with her ukulele, surrounded by amorous sailors who gazed longingly into her eyes.
If it happens that any folk are down from the uptown hotels, Peter Pan consents to sell a ukulele between his encores.
1896, from Hawaiian 'ukulele, literally "leaping flea," from 'uku "louse, flea" + lele "to fly, jump, leap." So called from the rapid motion of the fingers in playing it. It developed from a Portuguese instrument introduced to the islands c.1879.