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- adv. In an unmusical way.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In an unmusical manner; inharmoniously.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adv. in an unmusical manner
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Brothers Hawkyard and Gimblet were both on the platform; Brother Hawkyard on his knees at the table, unmusically ready to pray; Brother Gimblet sitting against the wall, grinningly ready to preach.
How harshly and unmusically need not be described.
Mr Pinch was jogging along, full of pleasant thoughts and cheerful influences, when he saw, upon the path before him, going in the same direction with himself, a traveller on foot, who walked with a light quick step, and sang as he went — for certain in a very loud voice, but not unmusically.
Joe came to awaken them he found them snoring most unmusically.
As we came back, we were challenged at every station; but the words, _amigos ingresos_ were our passport, and we got to Recife just as the evening hymn was singing, harshly and unmusically enough, by the negroes and mulattoes in the streets; but yet every thing that unites men in one common sentiment is interesting.
In another were two men instead of twenty, both lustily and unmusically blowing mouth-organs.
Renway went over to a window and stood there, humming unmusically to himself.
He glided across the floor, his wet boots creaking unmusically, and peeped through.
A chapel bell tinkled unmusically, and on the pavements, gleaming with wet, went a procession of neatly dressed townsfolk bound, prayer-book in hand, for their respective places of worship.
From the weather-stained canvas rolled the warning, not unmusically: