[ US /ˈsæmpɫɝ/ ]
[ UK /sˈɑːmplɐ/ ]
[ UK /sˈɑːmplɐ/ ]
- a piece of embroidery demonstrating skill with various stitches
an assortment of various samples
a sampler of French poets
a candy sampler
- an observation station that is set up to make sample observations of something
- someone who samples food or drink for its quality
How To Use sampler In A Sentence
- Since divorcing their drummer last year, the trio adopted samplers and beatboxes and has been steadily gaining a reputation as one of the best live acts in town, albeit with one of the shortest sets.
- The note and controller data from the guitar is sent to the sampler via MAX but no processing occurs.
- A hundred years before Bushnell gave his speech, New England gifts were embroidering frolicking lambs and winsome shepherdesses on needlework pictures and samplers.
- Sampler: The sample chamber is defined by sustomer.
- At Falling Rock, for example, instead of offering samplers or beer flights, bartenders help customers choose by asking questions and giving them tastes.
- This jumbled exercise by Bulareyaung Pagarlava amounts to a shapeless sampler of miscellaneous moods and shticks, from the cloyingly cute to the utterly arbitrary. A Cautionary Tale in Dance
- Other quilts are made up of a variety of pieced and/or appliquéd blocks, and these are called ‘sampler’ Album quilts.
- Included are samplers, embroidered pictures, portraits, sewing implements and patterns, quilts, clothing, linens, fabric swatches, photographs, and other documents.
- Despite its wide range and the huge number of songs it examines it is, at this stage, a sampler rather than a compendium.
- Although from very modest circumstances, a number of students acquired needle skills and worked samplers that were the equivalent in style and expertise to those worked in the most fashionable schools in Baltimore.