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stringed

 (strĭngd)
adj. Music
1. Having strings. Often used in combination: a six-stringed lute.
2. Produced by stringed instruments: stringed chamber music.

stringed

(strɪŋd)
adj
(Instruments) (of a musical instrument) having or provided with strings

stringed

(strɪŋd)

adj.
1. fitted with strings: violins and other stringed instruments.
2. produced by strings: stringed melodies.
[before 1000]
Translations
strunnýstrunový

stringed

[strɪŋd] ADJ [instrument] → de cuerdas
four-stringedde cuatro cuerdas

stringed

adj stringed instrumentSaiteninstrument nt; (played with bow also) → Streichinstrument nt
References in classic literature ?
Dinner was laid in a magnificent apartment, and the table was covered with delicious fruits; while during the repast richly dressed girls sang softly and sweetly to stringed instruments.
He suffered much from a morbid acuteness of the senses; the most insipid food was alone endurable; he could wear only garments of certain texture; the odours of all flowers were oppressive; his eyes were tortured by even a faint light; and there were but peculiar sounds, and these from stringed instruments, which did not inspire him with horror.
I have just spoken of that morbid condition of the auditory nerve which rendered all music intolerable to the sufferer, with the exception of certain effects of stringed instruments.
These lashings, like the chords of a stringed instrument, resounded as if vibrated by a violin bow.
The musicians will sit in their gallery," said the young Student, "and play upon their stringed instruments, and my love will dance to the sound of the harp and the violin.
Would you admit them into our State when you reflect that in this composite use of harmony the flute is worse than all the stringed instruments put together; even the panharmonic music is only an imitation of the flute?
Many people gained their livelihood by the Board of Irrigation, especially one highly conscientious and musical family: all the daughters played on stringed instruments, and Alexey Alexandrovitch knew the family and had stood godfather to one of the elder daughters.
A strain of plaintive music, played on stringed instruments, and flutes, recalled my attention to the hidden shrine.
Are there no itinerant bands; no wind or stringed instruments?
Music; a respectable performance (without variations) on stringed and wind instruments, sedately expressive of getting up at eight, shaving close at a quarter past, breakfasting at nine, going to the City at ten, coming home at half-past five, and dining at seven.
An' when I see'd the book open upo' the stall, wi' the lady lookin' out of it wi' eyes a bit like your'n when you was frettin',--you'll excuse my takin' the liberty, Miss,--I thought I'd make free to buy it for you, an' then I bought the books full o' genelmen to match; an' then"--here Bob took up the small stringed packet of books--"I thought you might like a bit more print as well as the picturs, an' I got these for a sayso,--they're cram-full o' print, an' I thought they'd do no harm comin' along wi' these bettermost books.
There was no music for her any more,--no piano, no harmonized voices, no delicious stringed instruments, with their passionate cries of imprisoned spirits sending a strange vibration through her frame.