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- adj. Not melodic.
- adj. lacking melody
“[Footnote 15: The step-and-a-half (augmented second) is "unmelodic" because it is the same size as a _minor third_ and the mind finds it difficult to take in as a _second_ (notes representing it being on adjacent staff-degrees) an interval of the same size as a third.] 1 whole 2 half 3 whole 4 whole 5 whole 6 whole 7 half 8 step step step step step step step”
“Celine Dion was terrified of bears, but, to be fair, the bears were terrified of her horse-like face and unmelodic screeching, and so nothing came of the plan.”
“His songs are both undramatic (most of them are cabaret-style specialty numbers that stop the action dead in the water) and unmelodic (the tunes are reminiscent of Mel Brooks on an off day).”
“She had an unmelodic name—Nina Goldblatt—and she was a professional dancer.”
“Hovering uncertainly between speaking and singing, the voice remains unmelodic, with wayward, part-improvised lyrics which are usually clearly audible despite slurred, irregular phrasing.”
“The song is constructed by re- recording the rhymeless dialogue of Thatcher and Burke with singing, albeit unmelodic voices; the result is akin to an operetta.”
“Which has been my problem all night: unmelodic songs!”
“To my ear, the chant was unmelodic, at once haunting and monotonous.”
“At a signal from Ululiapa the female crescent began to snake and wend - its way back toward the edge of the clearing, accompanied by an unmelodic but rhythmic drone from the musicians.”
““My brother Caepio would have come,” said young Cato in his harsh and unmelodic voice, “except that he's out of Rome with Catulus's army-a contubernalis, if you know that term.””
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