Noun(1) a portable box-shaped free-reed instrument; the reeds are made to vibrate by air from the bellows controlled by the player
(1) Purchase a plastic accordion folder and create tabs for each of the children you babysit.(2) Cardboard strips can also be curved, folded in accordion fashion, and coiled for a wide variety of effects.(3) A white sporting jacket with a thick, accordion collar over a brown sweater and a white sailing shirt.(4) button accordion(5) For example, to keep her papers in order, would she work best with a binder or an accordion file?(6) Only the prototype for accordion garage doors, which form the entire facade on the south side, can be called a luxury item.(7) You might even want to throw in some fancier accordion pleats or other folds to make your shapes come to life.(8) her five brothers and sisters were singing to the accompaniment of an accordion(9) No children defying their parents and pulling things off the shelves and no scary women with accordion folders full of coupons.(10) an accordion player(11) an accordion pleat(12) She was nervously folding the fabric of her shirt into accordion folds.(13) Fold one side one inch back and continue in an accordion fashion until you have one strip of tissue about one inch across.(14) he played a tune on the accordion(15) To save these pieces he folded the paper accordion style, and from that came the idea of making even sized rectangles one under the other on each pleat.(16) These accordion style doors have the advantages of no tracks to trip over or keep clean.
2. concertina ::
3. melodeon ::
Different Formsaccordion, accordionist, accordionists, accordions
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