Definition of "pianola" []

  • A mechanical piano which uses a roll of perforated paper to operate its keys, instead of being played by a pianist. (noun)
  • A hand that is easy to play, i.e. one that "plays itself". (noun)

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Use "pianola" in a sentence
  • "It is common talk that my pianola was the chief thing about me which attracted Celia."
  • "_11_ The pianola has been his special care, and it shows well that he should give so much pains in putting it right for us."
  • "Hanging over the pianola was a photograph of Mr. Jesup, and on the side wall was one of President Roosevelt, autographed."