tuneful

[toon-fuhl, tyoon-]
adjective
1.
full of melody; melodious: tuneful compositions.
2.
producing musical sounds or melody.

Origin:
1585–95; tune + -ful

tunefully, adverb
tunefulness, noun
untuneful, adjective
untunefully, adverb


1. musical, harmonious, dulcet, sweet.


1. discordant.
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tuneful (ˈtjuːnfʊl)
 
adj
1.  having a pleasant or catchy tune; melodious
2.  producing a melody or music: a tuneful blackbird
 
'tunefully
 
adv
 
'tunefulness
 
n

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Example sentences
It relies on fun, tuneful songs and appealing music.
Two tuneful gamblers gambol across the country in a struggle for the money they need to run their respective casinos.
Furthermore, he's hardly the first politician with a tuneful side.
My heart was not less tuneful known than the birds, less jubilant than the spring.
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