Examples of cassette in a Sentence
The songs are available on cassette.
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The clunky key fob needed to enter or start cars could be joining the cassette player and other outdated components in the automotive history books.
And Warner finally released it on CD and cassette in ’94, in response to the obvious demand from fans.
Their homemade mix tapes on actual cassettes range from Ethiopian wedding songs to zydeco tunes.
As a kid, Hiatt would raid her older brother’s grunge cassettes for the Breeders and L7.
Much like the sequences someone has spliced into the cassettes, the narrator appears suddenly and unexpectedly, only to vanish again.
Almost every word Father Divine spoke was documented in shorthand, or in various iterations of recording media: wax cylinders, wire recordings, reel-to-reel tapes and cassettes.
Most people discarded their Vintage Contemporaries somewhere between the Bush and Clinton administrations, along with their giant block cell phones and Oingo Boingo cassettes.
Dim are one of two groups celebrating new releases tonight; openers Luggage (whose drummer, Luca Cimarusti, is the Reader’s music listings guru), just dropped a cassette called Three through indie mainstay Don Giovanni.
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Origin and Etymology of cassette
First Known Use: 1793See Words from the same year
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