unsyncopated

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adjective un·syn·co·pat·ed \ən-ˈsiŋ-kə-ˌpā-təd, -ˈsin-\

Definition of unsyncopated

music

  1. :  not modified or affected by syncopation (as to stress a lesser beat or interrupt a rhythm) :  not syncopated The songs assemble themselves methodically. A beat, from Daniel Franz on drums, that might be as rudimentary as a tapped tambourine. An unsyncopated, repeating chord or two from Ms. Legrand. — Jon Pareles, New York Times, 24 Feb. 2011

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1888

First Known Use of unsyncopated

1888


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