from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. In tune; striking or singing the proper notes. Opposite of
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- adj. in tune; accurate in pitch
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Model Karolina Kurkova, who presented an award while wearing a hooded DVF sequined jumpsuit, began singing in a surprisingly on-key voice, the lyrics to Lady Gaga's song "Paparazzi," before stopping herself.
He had this big car in the dream, a snazzy Mark IV, all midnight purple like Batman's, with bitchin 'chrome rims, cruise control, and a sound system made for the angels who scream out to heaven and hell, and on-key.
Yet still, muffled under, that old sweet song croaked on-key.
Soulful, smart, on-key -- Allison is just so confident in her singing and so mature in her selection.
The kids looked great and sang loud if not on-key!
It was pretty and on-key and heartfelt, but there wasn't any power in it.
Adam is a one-trick pony -- he can shout any song totally on-key.
But there were other marvels, too, including Jonathan, a dancing trombone player with talent and energy to spare, and Kaitlyn, an adorable four-year-old girl who charmed everyone with her teeny tiny (and totally on-key) rendition of Somewhere Out There.
I can proudly say that I can, with sufficient warming-up, sing along easily and fairly on-key to Amy Winehouse.
VIEW TO A KILL - We rock it up again with a great arrangement featuring SLB's screeching and on-key vocals.
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