untuneful


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untuneful

(ʌnˈtjuːnfʊl)
adj
(Music, other) not tuneful or melodious
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Adj.1.untuneful - not having a musical sound or pleasing tuneuntuneful - not having a musical sound or pleasing tune
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untuneful

adjunmelodisch
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References in periodicals archive ?
Thy tuwhits are lulled, I wot, Thy tuwhoos of yesternight, Which upon the dark afloat, So took echo with delight, So took echo with delight, That her voice untuneful grown, Wears all day a fainter tone.
Untuneful hissing out of sprawling goosenecks on the mound.
I'd never really appreciated the musical qualities of Suggsy's hits - until they were, for the most part, destroyed by an enthusiastic but startlingly untuneful crowd.