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pianistic

[ pee-uh-nis-tik ]

adjective

  1. relating to, characteristic of, or adaptable for the piano.


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Other Words From

  • pia·nisti·cal·ly adverb

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Word History and Origins

Origin of pianistic1

First recorded in 1880–85; pianist + -ic

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Example Sentences

If we compare Liszt's pianistic offspring with Chopin's, the difference is indeed striking.

At the present stage of pianistic development, an artist does not venture to come before the public and "use his notes."

Pinton called after him, and then went unsteadily homeward, full of generous resolves and pianistic ambitions.

The big saving, then, in the pianistic curriculum is the dropping of studies, finger and otherwise.

Nevertheless, I am not old in spirit, and I feel the liveliest curiosity in matters pianistic, matters musical.

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