- a- + musical (Wiktionary)
“FWIW, the Third is one of the most well-loved symphonies in Denmark for the average concert-goer, it's by no means amusical and scary modern art.”
“For those interested in amusical explanation of the laws of thermodynamics, Messrs Flanders and Swan are happy to oblige.”
“Sweeney Todd does not HAVE to be amusical and even if it is that does not HAVE to mean HE sings!”
“The twofers have helped because noise is often so abstract and amusical not that all Noisejihad albums have dispensed with rhythm that having two sounds sit side by side puts each of them in some sort of context.”
“There's even what the company dubs "power engagement apps" - though there's only one, amusical e-card that lets users write a custom message and send to friends.”
“A tender piece, consisting almost entirely of piano, although sparsely and gently coupled with xylophone towards its end, the real atmosphere comes from the amusical sounds captured in its production.”
“First up was an innovative if unnecessarily amusical medley of samples, featured for free on the iTunes Music Store Disquiet’s Downstream entry on February 22.”
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