Examples of tuneful in a Sentence
some especially tuneful songs have been written for this new animated film
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The surface of the new songs is glossy and tuneful, with bubbling synthesizers and knowingly retro echoes of the 1970s and ’80s.
The band forges a powerful hybrid of melody and mood, creating a tuneful lattice of sound that often lingers in the air rather than pushing forward.
No matter the volume, Carlile’s deliveries sounded tuneful and nuanced, her tones mellifluous and warm.
This year’s awards are hosted by the tuneful twosome of Sara Bareilles and Josh Groban, which is only fitting in such a stellar year for musicals, My Fair Lady, Mean Girls, Carousel, Frozen, Summer, and SpongeBob SquarePants among them.
There's also a tuneful cameo on the track's bridge and chorus from an anonymous woman whose face is entirely covered, with the exception of her mouth and braids peering out of the back of a ski mask.
The tuneful score adds to the fun (though strangely for a children’s show, the overture is long enough to come from the golden age of Rodgers & Hammerstein).
Despite his meanderings, Donovan writes memorable melodies, and sorting through the sonic muck to locate a tuneful core makes listening to his records a bit like a treasure hunt.
Whatever happens next, this premiere production, a memorable swan song for Kwei-Armah, is bound to be a hit at Center Stage for a tuneful, soulful month.
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TUNEFUL Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of tuneful for English Language Learners
: having a pleasant musical sound
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