piano stool

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n piano stool a stool for piano players; usually adjustable in height
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Usage

In literature:

After several minutes he stopped and swung around on the piano-stool.
"The Best Short Stories of 1917" by Various
She opened the piano softly and pulled out the stool.
"The Madigans" by Miriam Michelson
I had marked, when I first came in, a piano-stool setting upside down atop of the piano to one side of the room.
"Sonnie-Boy's People" by James B. Connolly
Diana sat down on the old-fashioned round stool in front of the little piano.
"Glory of Youth" by Temple Bailey
He put up the piano stool and she played her pretty little exercises for him.
"A Little Girl in Old New York" by Amanda Millie Douglas
Rupert was proving his capacity for silence on the piano stool.
"Moor Fires" by E. H. (Emily Hilda) Young
David (David is Angel's proper name) get up instantly from that piano stool and face me!
"Explorers of the Dawn" by Mazo de la Roche
Use a small spool for the piano-stool.
"Little Folks' Handy Book" by Lina Beard
A shiny, beautiful upright piano, with a blue velvet stool.
"Six Girls" by Fannie Belle Irving
Well, she on her part had not moved from the piano-stool.
"The Silver Butterfly" by Mrs. Wilson Woodrow
Lushington was seated before the open piano, but had turned half away from it on the stool and was looking quietly at his mother.
"Fair Margaret" by Francis Marion Crawford
Perhaps Celeste, sitting as quiet as a mouse upon the piano-stool, was the only one who saw these strange currents drifting dangerously about.
"The Place of Honeymoons" by Harold MacGrath
Then she returned to the drawing-room, and sat down on the piano-stool, and rage and rebellion uprose in her heart.
"The Beth Book" by Sarah Grand
She got up from the piano, and pushed the stool aside, impatiently.
"The Scarlet Feather" by Houghton Townley
Then he seated himself on the stool and gazed across the piano out the window.
"A Forest Hearth: A Romance of Indiana in the Thirties" by Charles Major
Across the room, Belle swung around on the piano stool and looked at him.
"Rim o' the World" by B. M. Bower
Peter rose from the piano-stool and crossed to McGuire.
"The Vagrant Duke" by George Gibbs
But Ceccherelli remained on the piano-stool and never once raised his voice.
"Aurora the Magnificent" by Gertrude Hall
There was a tap and Alexina turned on the piano stool as Emily Carringford came in.
"The House of Fulfilment" by George Madden Martin
She was looking at the piano-stool and at me.
"The Chronicles of Rhoda" by Florence Tinsley Cox
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In poetry:

And turn again to what it started as,
A joyous shot at how things ought to be,
Long fallen wide. You can see how it was:
Look at the pictures and the cutlery.
The music in the piano stool. That vase.
"Home Is So Sad" by Philip Larkin