a violin or other instrument made by Stradivari or his family.
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How to use Stradivarius in a sentence
Stradivarius violins have sold for more than a million dollars.
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In one experiment, six world-class musicians preferred the new instruments, while four preferred a Stradivarius.
He opened it with some trepidation, and it was found to contain a Cremona violin—a genuine Stradivarius.Boyhood in Norway | Hjalmar Hjorth Boyesen
The view is what I have endeavored to represent in a little poem called "Stradivarius," which you may not have happened to read.George Eliot's Life, Vol. III (of 3) | George Eliot
There was no remedy but music, and as soon as Bradshaw got at his Stradivarius the mists seemed to disperse.Somehow Good | William de Morgan
Such a pipe was perhaps to Theocritus what the fiddles of Stradivarius are to us.Atlantic Classics | Various
The moment the bow touches the Stradivarius a stream of beautiful sound flows toward the hearer.Famous Violinists of To-day and Yesterday | Henry C. Lahee
British Dictionary definitions for Stradivarius
any of a number of violins manufactured by Antonio Stradivari or his family: Often (informal) shortened to: Strad
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Cultural definitions for Stradivarius
A kind of violin made by the Italian craftsman Antonio Stradivari in the late seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries. Those that still survive are considered the finest violins in existence.
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