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Things flute often describes (“flute ________”)
player, players, playing, girl, tone, music, girls, notes, maker, voice, makers, drill, case, tones, drills, note, song, call, stop, mill, making, bird, pipes, taps, bit, cutter, dell, concerto, boy, blowers, mills, bits, edge, pipe, ensembles, reamer, marks, drum, tap, casts, songs, reeds, board, cutters, mouths, play, solo, piano, stops, mouth, ship, ensemble, sounds, master, reamers, dance, accompaniment, strains, violin, ceremony, calls, countersink, blower, hautbois, holes, howl, duets, panpipes, cardboard, burin, dances, pillar, cast, sucking, quartet, orchestra, bass, keys, bearer, articulation, kwaa, meantime, sonata, bec, glasses

Descriptive words:
german, double, magic, reed, wooden, first, little, small, blown, long, single, old, keyed, vertical, soft, modern, second, indian, lonely, native, simple, golden, ordinary, bamboo, chinese, holed, japanese, crystal, sweet, rustic, mellow, orchestral, distant, principal, open, baroque, english, ancient, harmonic, traditional, beautiful, sacred, notched, hole, straight, phrygian, noh, shrill, broken, primitive, horizontal, divine, magical, toned, tiny, beloved, melodious, pastoral, empty, octave, unaccompanied, amorous, plaintive, cracked, shakuhachi, conical, globular, thin, classical, cylindrical, irish, egyptian, solitary, slender, melancholy, sentimental, lydian, foot, enchanted

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See flute used in context: 69 rhymes, 4 Shakespeare works, 1 Mother Goose rhyme, several books and articles.

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