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giving, abating, absolution, absolve, acquittal, authorise, authorize, avoid, bear, behave.
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Correct spelling:
oboist
Definition:
a musician who plays the oboe

Synonyms:

noun
musician
alto, arranger, baritone, bass, bassoonist, cellist, clarinetist, composer, drummer, fiddler, flutist, guitarist, harpist, harpsichordist, instrumentalist, maestro, musician, performer, pianist, player, saxophonist, singer, soprano, tenor, trombonist, trumpeter, violinist, virtuoso, Accordionist, bassist, keyboardist, banjoist.
person
oboist.
Examples of usage:
  1. " And she's run away with your man," snapped the wife of the crazy oboist. – Melomaniacs by James Huneker
  2. Two extra concerts were given on May 21 and June 1, at both of which Haydn appeared; but the composer's last benefit concert was held on May 4. On this occasion the programme was entirely confined to his own compositions, with the exception of concertos by Viotti, the violinist, and Ferlendis, the oboist. – Haydn by J. Cuthbert Hadden
  3. At the age of seventeen, William became oboist to the Hanoverian Guards, shortly before the regiment was ordered to England. – Pioneers of Science by Oliver Lodge
  4. He is working amidst a Babel of sounds, for in the room above dwells a violinist, in the room below another, whilst a singing- master lives next door, and an oboist opposite. – Story-Lives of Great Musicians by Francis Jameson Rowbotham

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