Synonyms for Piano:

adj.

all (adjective)
soft.

adv.

all (adverb)
softly.

n.

bar line, clef, con brio, andante, con amore, allegro, adagio, bar, ARR, bass clef. musical instrument (noun)
harmonica, violincello, violin, keyboard, classical guitar, bassoon, clarinet, English Horn, flute, piccolo, concert grand, fiddle, saxophone, guitar, electric piano, oboe, trombone, electric guitar, trumpet, spinet, banjo, viola, harp, drum, alto saxophone, tenor saxophone, clavichord, organ, harpsichord, bass, cello, French Horn, horn, player piano, recorder, pianoforte.
musical instruments (noun)
barrel organ, bass guitar, air guitar, bagpipes, balalaika, accordion.
piano (noun)
pianissimo assai, pianoforte, softly, soft, pianissimo, forte-piano.
pianoforte (noun)
player piano, spinet, Pianette, dumb piano, boudoir, clavichord, sostinente pianoforte, square, oblique pianoforte, musical instrument, cottage piano, concert grand, Pianino, apartment grand, Digitorium, cabinet, upright, baby grand, grand.

Other synonyms:

musical instrument. Other relevant words:
musical instrument, player piano, adagio, allegro, pianissimo assai, cottage piano, con amore, pianissimo, Pianette, concert grand, sostinente pianoforte, softly, soft, spinet, clavichord, grand, andante, upright, pianoforte, baby grand, Pianino, forte-piano.

Usage examples for piano

  1. The Bottle Man told us things about the war and his island, and he played soft, wonderful music on the piano to make us forget about Greg and the Sea Monster and all the awful things that had happened. – Us and the Bottleman by Edith Ballinger Price
  2. Faintly, very faintly, she could hear the piano Mrs. Boutwood playing! – Hilda Lessways by Arnold Bennett
  3. " That is the queen," answered the Count de Vaudreuil, who was sitting at the piano and practising a new piece of music. – Marie Antoinette And Her Son by Louise Muhlbach Official