Common misspellings for instrument:
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Definition of instrument:
- To perform upon an instrument; to prepare for an instrument; as, a sonata instrumented for orchestra.
- address a legal document to
- write an instrumental score for
- the means whereby some act is accomplished; " my greed was the instrument of my destruction"; " science has given us new tools to fight disease"
- a device that requires skill for proper use
- any of various devices or contrivances that can be used to produce musical tones or sounds
- the semantic role of the entity ( usually inanimate) that the agent uses to perform an action or start a process
- That by means of which any work is performed, or result is effected; a tool; a utensil; an implement; as, the instruments of a mechanic; astronomical instruments.
- A contrivance or implement, by which musical sounds are produced; as, a musical instrument.
- A writing, as the means of giving formal expression to some act; a writing expressive of some act, contract, process, as a deed, contract, writ, etc.
- One who, or that which, is made a means, or is caused to serve a purpose; a medium, means, or agent.
- That by which anything is accomplished; a tool; a mechanical contrivance for producing musical sounds; agent; a writing containing the terms of a contract; as, a deed.
- A tool or implement.
- A medical tool, as the bistoury.
- A tool or utensil: a machine producing musical sounds: a writing containing a contract: one who or that which is made a means.
- A tool; contrivance for producing musical tones; contract in writing.
- A tool; a mechanism for scientific or musical purposes.
- A legal writing.
- That by which work is performed or anything effected; a tool; an agent or means employed as a tool for a purpose; a mechanical contrivance for yielding harmonious sound; a writing containing the terms of a contract, as a deed of conveyance.
- A tool; a machine; a machine for the production of musical sounds; that by which something is prepared, produced, or done; a writing containing the terms of a contract; an agent, often in an ill sense.