Bruckner

[broo k-ner, bruhk-; German broo k-nuhr]
noun
  1. An·ton [an-tuh n, -ton, -tohn; German ahn-tawn] /ˈæn tən, -tɒn, -toʊn; German ˈɑn tɔn/, 1824–96, Austrian composer and organist.
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Historical Examples of bruckner

  • Anton is with Bruckner and one or two others, and didn't need me.

    The Genius

    Margaret Horton Potter

  • Bruckner was a man deeply imbued with a sense of his own worth.

    Big Stupe

    Charles V. De Vet

  • Bruckner looked carefully around the circle at each of his listeners.

    Big Stupe

    Charles V. De Vet

  • Whatever else might be said of Bruckner, he knew his job as a psychologist.

    Big Stupe

    Charles V. De Vet

  • "That was a rotten piece of business last night," Bruckner said.

    Big Stupe

    Charles V. De Vet


British Dictionary definitions for bruckner

Bruckner

noun
  1. Anton (ˈantoːn). 1824–96, Austrian composer and organist in the Romantic tradition. His works include nine symphonies, four masses, and a Te Deum
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