Definition of Tuneful

1. Adjective. Having a musical sound; especially a pleasing tune.

Exact synonyms: Melodious
Derivative terms: Melodiousness, Melody, Melody, Tunefulness
Antonyms: Tuneless



Definition of Tuneful

1. a. Harmonious; melodious; musical; as, tuneful notes.

Definition of Tuneful

1. Adjective. having or producing a pleasing tune; melodic or melodious ¹

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Definition of Tuneful

1. melodious [adj] - See also: melodious

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tuneful

tundras
tunds
tundun
tunduns
tune
tune-up
tune in
tune in, turn on, drop out
tune out
tune up
tuneable
tuneably
tuned
tuned in
tuned out
tuneful (current term)
tunefully
tunefulness
tunefulnesses
tuneless
tunelessly
tunelessness
tunelike
tunellite
tuner
tuners
tunes
tunes in
tunes out
tunesmith

Literary usage of Tuneful

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1. The Library of Wit and Humor, Prose and Poetry: Selected from the Literature by Rufus Edmonds Shapley (1884)
"From the sedgy wharfage plunging To the tranquil depth below, There .we muster all a-row ; Where, secure from toil and trouble, With a tuneful hubble-bubble ..."

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