It was dreadful to leave her for the little time while the mandolin club was on the stage.
Silly child, to start at a mandolin shaking his head and beard at you.
On his knee rested a mandolin which he had been strumming furiously for the past ten minutes.
Nasmyth rose and swept his knife-haft across the strings of the mandolin.
Then she uncovered the mandolin and began to play on it, saying, "This is sound."
Each movement, though it ended in the air, seemed to affect the mandolin.
They had been sitting on a bench near Trophy Point, and one of them had been carelessly tinkling a mandolin.
Afterwards when Demaroni taught her the mandolin, it was just the same.
Did he ever play the mandolin under your window at midnight?
She ran up the stairs and returned in a moment with the mandolin.
1707, from French mandoline, from Italian mandolino, diminutive of mandola, a larger kind of mandolin, altered from Late Latin pandura "three-stringed lute," from Greek pandoura, which is of unknown origin.