ukulele

[ UK /jˌuːkəlˈe‍ɪli/ ]
[ US /ˌjukəˈɫeɪɫi/ ]
NOUN
  1. a small guitar having four strings
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How To Use ukulele In A Sentence

  • They've grown up and want us to realise it; this album is more low key and features an impressive array of instruments including a ukulele, zithers, brass and strings.
  • World's 9 most ridiculously expensive cars King hearings called a witch-hunt Molly Lewis serenades Stephen Fry on ukulele at Harvard: "Let me have your baby Breaking News: CBS News
  • The Ooks of Hazard cover MGMT's “Kids” using seven ukuleles, an accordion and a cajon. Lunch break
  • One of the most well-known Polynesian musical instruments is the Hawaiian ukulele.
  • Your massage therapist knows that your back muscles are tighter than the strings on a soprano ukulele; your shrink knows that half your tension comes from stress.
  • He ended up playing ukulele, mandolin and guitar and doing backing singing. Times, Sunday Times
  • They are happy to share ideas and advice about building guitars, banjoes, and ukuleles with newcomers. Mark Frauenfelder: The Courage to Screw Up: Why DIY Is Good for You
  • A bearded ukulele player greeted us at the front door as scores of volunteers - many seemingly from out of state - prepared for one of their visibility "marches" back and forth to the New Hampshire statehouse which is a couple blocks away. Matthew and Peter Slutsky: Is Fox News Trying To Ruin The Ron Paul Revolution?
  • It seemed like a heavy responsibility to place upon an innocent, guileless ukulele.
  • Michael, who you may know from his great band La Laque, sings and plays baritone ukulele.
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