Examples from the Web for pianola
Looking at the empty box on the pianola, she exclaimed: "Oh, here's one; just watch me tear this off."The Easiest Way|Eugene Walter and Arthur Hornblow
Then we said good-bye to our pianola, feeling a reverence for it which we had never felt before.
It was as if he had been a pianola and somebody had inserted a new record.The Girl on the Boat|Pelham Grenville Wodehouse
For a person who makes a habit of playing the pianola simply has to toddle the music out of his ankles.Bizarre|Lawton Mackall
I reached the crowd about the piano—well, everybody has seen a pianola!The Champagne Standard|Mrs. John Lane
British Dictionary definitions for pianola
Word Origin and History for pianola
c.1896, trademark name (1901) of a player piano, from piano, the ending perhaps abstracted from viola and meant as a diminutive suffix. The pianola's popularity led to a rash of product names ending in -ola, especially Victrola (q.v.), and slang words such as payola.