Definition of amelodic
- The tension is augmented by Jan Radzynski's score, a taut, deliberately amelodic piece for two violins that often approximate the sounds made by a nest of disturbed hornets.
- —Joseph H. Mazo, Women’s Wear Daily, 21 Apr. 1980
amelodicallyplay \(ˈ)ā-mə-ˈlä-di-k(ə-)lē\ adverb
- Then, as the theatergoers arrived, he began to play amelodically, as if tuning his instrument.
- —Mark Singer, Mr. Personality, (1988) 2005