sax

[ UK /sˈæks/ ]
[ US /ˈsæks/ ]
NOUN
  1. a single-reed woodwind with a conical bore
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How To Use sax In A Sentence

  • Band leader, Ray Blue, is also a composer, arranger and performer on tenor, alto and soprano saxophones.
  • The eight romances for saxophone and piano are indeed romantic.
  • Rich, warm string tone, sweet, elegant winds, and mellow, sonorous brass are the hallmarks of the ‘Saxony sound’.
  • Saxby Bridge has enthusiastically marketed all sorts of tax effective schemes involving things like tea trees, macadamias, wine and even online lingerie.
  • The music picked up the tempo and overhead a saxophone played sweet jazz.
  • He was then able to manoeuvre some of his cavalry on to the hilltop and fight the Saxons on level ground.
  • This is all captured in the toy sax sound that just honks the root note as if someone who can't really play the sax has been given one lesson and one take to give it their best shot.
  • Teams often protect the yellow jersey like a queen bee, but he briefly dropped back on his own for a seat adjustment from a Saxo Bank mechanic before catching up. Cavendish ices Tour de France stage victory; Cancellara leads
  • Although the origins of the experimental child psychology are to be found in Germany, the new empirical and evolutionist child study was practiced mainly in the Anglo-Saxon world.
  • That was built at about the time William the Conqueror was bonking Anglo-Saxons on the head.
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