tuneful

adjective tune·ful \ ˈtün-fəl , ˈtyün- \
Updated on: 10 Feb 2018

Definition of tuneful

: melodious, musical
  • a tuneful ballad

tunefully

play \-fə-lē\ adverb

tunefulness

noun

Examples of tuneful in a Sentence

  1. some especially tuneful songs have been written for this new animated film

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First Known Use of tuneful

1591


TUNEFUL Defined for English Language Learners

tuneful

adjective

Definition of tuneful for English Language Learners

  • : having a pleasant musical sound



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