unmusical

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adjective un·mu·si·cal \ˌən-ˈmyü-zi-kəl\

Definition of unmusical

  1. :  not musical: such asa :  not musical in nature :  harsh, discordant an unmusical voice the unmusical call of the bluejayb :  not gifted in or appreciative of music Both Dick and Carolyn were married, to unmusical spouses … — John Updike

unmusically

play \ˌən-ˈmyü-zi-k(ə-)lē\ adverb … a traveller on foot, who walked with a light quick step, and sang as he went—for certain in a very loud voice, but not unmusically. — Charles Dickens

First Known Use of unmusical

1603


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