cymbal-like

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cymbal (ˈsɪmbəl)
 
n
a percussion instrument of indefinite pitch consisting of a thin circular piece of brass, which vibrates when clashed together with another cymbal or struck with a stick
 
[Old English cymbala, from Medieval Latin, from Latin cymbalum, from Greek kumbalon, from kumbē something hollow]
 
'cymbaler
 
n
 
cymbal'eer
 
n
 
'cymbalist
 
n
 
'cymbal-like
 
adj

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