Origin of zither
OTHER WORDS FROM zitherzith·er·ist, noun
Words nearby zither
How to use zither in a sentence
Then, after a long wait, a man begins to play a song on a zither-like instrument, singing an exotic, warbling tune.
And because we have heard the great organ at Freiburg, shall the sound of Kathi's zither in the alpine hut please us no more?Little Rivers|Henry van Dyke
Sometimes he would call upon Blanquette to accompany him on her almost forgotten zither.The Belovd Vagabond|William J. Locke
Every hand was in view, and yet the zither continued to play its weird and wistful little tune.
After a long and painful silence the bell tinkled faintly, and as all listened breathlessly the zither began to play.
Silent, open-mouthed, staring, Stinchfield heard the zither descend to the table before him.