Definition of saxist in US English:

saxist

noun

informal
  • See sax

    • ‘And he also fell under the sway of Crouch, as well as the alto saxist Arthur Blythe and, a bit later, David Murray, who played tenor sax and bass clarinet.’
    • ‘B.J., Andy, and Joe would play their guitars, Alex would be our saxist, Chelsea would be the keyboardist, and you and I would be the lead singers.’
    • ‘Our erstwhile ska hardliners are now essentially a four-piece, with saxist Lorraine front and centre handling vocal duty.’
    • ‘This series of 11 improvised duets with Toronto saxist Brodie West is a rambunctious pleasure.’
    • ‘Montreal saxist Miller reaches into the collective subconscious for inspiration on his third album.’

Pronunciation

saxist

/-ist/