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- adv. In a tuneful manner.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In a tuneful manner; harmoniously; musically.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in a melodious manner
They went on to create three one-on-ones and numerous other openings only to spurn the lot before Portsmouth's Marco Futacs capitalised on a handling error from David Marshall and Greg Halford turned a low shot in after a scramble from corner for a 2-1 lead to the general disbelief of the whole crowd, with the boisterous away contingent tunefully admitting as much.
"Sunset Strip" (1999) is another nostalgia-tinged work, tunefully bouncy in its outer movements (whimsically titled "7 PM" and "7 AM") and warm in its central nocturne.
Doug, a derder is an impromptu kazoo-like musical instrument fashioned by placing one's mouth on the end of a toilet paper tube and tunefully going "der-der-der" into it .
There were jugglers and tumblers, which made her laugh, and singers who played so tunefully she held her breath to hear them.
When they were little, they merely sang it, con brio if not exactly tunefully.
I know I shouldn't get small when I'm drivin', but, uh, I was drivin' around the other day, you know *whistles tunefully* and a cop pulls me over.
But the woman sang so tunefully as to turn the dreadful rubbish into an almost pleasant sound.
CHRISTGAU: Hayes Carll is what I look for in a singer/songwriter - articulately, tunefully, he's rowdy and good for a laugh - later for the sensitive stuff.
The wooden steps creaked tunefully; the ancient layers of paint on the banisters were thickly wrinkled.
She makes up songs now, which I find hilarious. plastic, plastic ... [sung quite tunefully]
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