unmelodious

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adjective un·me·lo·di·ous \ˌən-mə-ˈlō-dē-əs\

Definition of unmelodious

  1. :  not having a pleasing melody :  not sweet or agreeable in sound … her singing voice is an unmelodious growl. — Dany Margolies

unmelodiously

adverb

unmelodiousness

noun

1665

First Known Use of unmelodious

1665


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