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- adj. not in agreement, especially in musical pitch
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There was only one man who seemed a little out of tune ” a clerical-looking, handsome fellow of about thirty, called Lestrange, with an air of some solemnity.
Among others, L'Estat, de France, Marnix, to my great content; and so I was well pleased with them, and shall take a time to look them over: as also one or two printed musick-books of songs; but my eyes are now too much out of tune to look upon them with any pleasure, therefore to supper and to bed.