[ UK /kɐzˈuː/ ]
[ US /kəˈzu/ ]
  1. a toy wind instrument that has a membrane that makes a sound when you hum into the mouthpiece
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How To Use kazoo In A Sentence

  • After I graduate, I'm going to become an aerospace engineer and design space ships with the Kazoo Constant.
  • More fun to play than to listen to, the kazoo is the simple inbred cousin of the harmonica. Archive 2005-09-01
  • As far as my own creations … I'm pretty sure there is no 'kazoo' instrument, so I'm out. GoNintendo.com Podcast
  • Protesters are invited to bring kazoos, whistles, pots, pans and biscuit tins and to meet at 11.30 am at Speakers Corner.
  • Â The most common kazoo is the Soprano kazoo, which is the most noticeable form of the instrument. Have A Wonderful National Kazoo Day! | myFiveBest
  • While the presence of kazoos in the musical score indicates a perilously high level of zaniness, this hootenanny is worth a visit.
  • And though a kazoo is what it most often brings to mind, it also variously evokes a congested saxophone, wind in a bottle and echoes from a crypt. January 2005
  • The company now assembles and custom-stamps its kazoos on Industrial Avenue in Port Richey.
  • The comb and tissue can be used to make a kazoo. 2.
  • The trio uses a multitude of instruments - kazoo, trombone, rain stick, thumb piano and an African drum called a djembe, to name a few - but acoustic guitar, electric bass, percussion and flute "tend to show up a lot," Caran said. Daily News-Record
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