Origin of cymbal
Related formscym·bal·er, cym·bal·eer, cym·bal·ist, nouncym·bal·like, adjective
Examples from the Web for cymbal
His neck is always craned, ears pricked, waiting for cymbal splash of Art happening.Geoff Dyer Takes on Andrei Tarkovsky’s Film ‘Stalker’ in ‘Zona’|Chris Wallace|February 25, 2012|DAILY BEAST
The air rings with music as they come, bass and tenor and shrill treble mingling with the sound of lute and cymbal.Renaissance in Italy: Italian Literature|John Addington Symonds
Yet long since was I weaned from desire of a home, and think of Egypt but as the cymbal sounds.'Life Without and Life Within|Margaret Fuller
We shall then lay bare the mechanism which produces the sound, the cymbal.
With noise of bell and cymbal, they ran leaping through an enchanted Piccadilly seen in amber or cornelian.Carnival|Compton Mackenzie
The extinct cri-cri comes to life again; at each jerk there is a clash of the cymbal.