[ US /ˌtæmbɝˈin/ ]
[ UK /tˈæmbəɹˌiːn/ ]
  1. a shallow drum with a single drumhead and with metallic disks in the sides
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How To Use tambourine In A Sentence

  • We were given drums, triangles, maracas and tambourines to experiment with.
  • She played the tambourine, the xylophone, and the harmonica, all to our swooning hearts' delight.
  • We were given drums, triangles, maracas and tambourines to experiment with.
  • The throng surrounding them shouted affirming hallelujahs and amens, flapping and singing, rattling their tambourines and bleating their horns.
  • Instead, the record reveals the true force of his songs: bouncy, repetitive chamber pop nuggets, gilt with glockenspiels, tambourines and evocative sacred-sexual imagery.
  • Yet we knew from the happy-clappy Sunday services that they were comfortable with guitars and tambourines.
  • The angels are playing a collection of musical instruments, including the harp, tambourine, cymbals, lyre and psaltery.
  • The negative side, as can only happen in this land of samba and tambourine, was "acculturated" the company with all the ills of our (un) government: high turnover in direction, Godparent Program, etc ... WN.com - Articles related to Changi Airport Cargo Growth Slows
  • Rather than tinkering with tradition, he expands upon it with computer-generated hums and bleeps, tambourines and glockenspiel, warming the stark acoustic sound.
  • In an echo of the wild rumpus scenes from "Where the Wild Things Are," we soon embark on six densely illustrated but wordless pages of roistering, in which Bumble-Ardy and his friends feed one another cake, rattle tambourines and prance about with birthday banners. Sendak's Party Animals
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