- a piano having the frame supported horizontally on three legs.
Compare concert grand.
Origin of grand piano
First recorded in 1790–1800
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Examples from the Web for grand piano
It was true, the permission had been that she was to play on the grand-piano when it was left open.Tante
Anne Douglas Sedgwick
It is the grand-piano constitution and the one-finger administration.Prowling about Panama
George A. Miller
The painting—or rather wash-drawing in black-and-white—hung over the grand-piano in the light of the west windows.The Tyranny of the Dark
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