Definition of pianola
- … on my pianola I can test any piece by the simple expedient of seeing it played by any pianist of the first order.
- —Harold Laski, Holmes-Laski Letters, 1916–35, 1953
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First Known Use: 1898See Words from the same year
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investment of mental or emotional energy
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