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Adv.1.unmelodiously - in an unmelodious mannerunmelodiously - in an unmelodious manner; "she sings rather unmelodiously"
melodiously, tunefully - in a melodious manner; "she sang melodiously"
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He lolled at his ease, humming, not unmelodiously, snatches of a rude song, and fingering a pack of cards.
As a result, the most important tax legislation in more than thirty years will go down in history unmelodiously as "An act to provide for reconciliation pursuant to titles II and V of the concurrent resolution on the budget for fiscal year 2018." The Byrd rule also is the reason that key elements of the new tax law--including the reduction in individual income tax rates, the expansion of the child tax credit, the increase in the standard deduction, the new deduction for pass-through income, and the increase in the estate and gift tax exemption--are set to expire at the end of 2025.
In Neumann's gramophone record factory, noble tenors, supercilious baritones, terrifying or amusing basses, and crystal-clear sopranos were beaten with the aid of unmelodiously noisy machines into black vulcanite, where they remained invisible yet audible, forever enwrapped in the cotton of incomprehensible Italian words.