- a person who plays the violin.
Origin of violinist
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Examples from the Web for violinist
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Northup was born in the New York town of Minerva in 1808, and held numerous jobs upstate, one of which was a violinist.The ‘12 Years a Slave’ Book Shows Slavery As Even More Appalling Than In the Film
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The stamping of feet had ceased, but the violinist wandered on.Murder Point
He had seen the violinist, and the latter and his sister had promised to be on hand.Cap'n Dan's Daughter
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It affected the lady to that degree that ever after she loved the violinist.
Mildred coaxed her father to accompany her to hear the violinist.
The violinist placed his chair closer to the fire and sipped the drink.
- a person who plays the violin
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