Origin of aerophone
Examples from the Web for aerophone
He felt unwell; he felt angry; if the aerophone refused to work at all to-morrow, he would care nothing.
To while away the weary time, Morris told his companion about his invention, the aerophone.
A further step in this line brought Edison to the "aerophone," around which the Figaro weaved its fanciful description.Edison, His Life and Inventions|Frank Lewis Dyer and Thomas Commerford Martin
Again and again Morris spoke eagerly, entreatingly, but the aerophone was dumb.
Well, a new kind of aerophone designed to work uninfluenced by its twin.