noun no·va·chord \ˈnōvəˌkȯrd, -ȯ(ə)d\

Definition of novachord

  1. :  a musical instrument resembling a piano and electrically producing and controlling by means of vacuum tubes musical tones ranging in quality from those of the piano and organ to those of stringed and woodwind instruments

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Origin and Etymology of novachord

from Novachord, a trademark

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a trip made at another's expense

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