- un- + singable (Wiktionary)
“The Star-Spangled Banner is notoriously unsingable.”
“Sometimes this is the case but many times it is something both literally unspeakable and unsingable.”
“I further promise to smile with good-natured indulgence when the news-media mispronounce my name, and also to change the national anthem from the totally unsingable "Star Spangled Banner" to the much more melodious and overtly patriotic "America the Beautiful.”
“But Siegfried in the opera that bears his name would probably be the consensus choice among opera buffs for the most unsingable role in the repertory.”
“KDFC and San Francisco Opera are giving you the chance to take a shot at our unsingable national anthem; the reward is that if you win, you get to sing it at Giants Stadium before the simulcast of Il Trovatore on September 19.”
“While some Catholics denounce the propriety of singing songs like “Amazing Grace” in a Catholic Mass, discounting them as “unsingable” or “Protestant,” there is another way of looking at this.”
“Whether they would be capable of writing a convincing dramatic work in a Chinese style, I don't know, but what they've come up with is an unsingable hybrid.”
“His lyrics don't have any of the clumsiness that you usually find when novelists and/or playwrights turn away from prose; there are few mis-accented words or unsingable lines.”
“Sweet and plain, unsingable name that rings in my mind now, that strums me like a string.”
“Other than the Anglican hymns from the Twenties Vaughn Williams, Holst et. al., the grey hymnal is a god-awful mess of unsingable hymns, sentimental poetry and political rants by people who -- it would seem -- never spent a day in church or a minute in prayer.”
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