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tuneful

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Music
tunefultune‧ful /ˈtjuːnfəl $ ˈtuːn-/ adjective  APMNICEpleasant to listen to tuneful melodiestunefully adverbtunefulness noun [uncountable]
Examples from the Corpus
tunefulSure, the conversation might not have been much, but the songs were tuneful.Make it more tuneful and interesting but without losing the connection with the movement.Moszkowski's very skillful, tuneful Concerto divides responsibility fairly between piano and orchestra.Audiences loved its tuneful melodies and bravura writing.He favours female vocalists, slow tempos, lush arrangements of tuneful melodies in the jazz-soul idiom.Country singer Travis Tritt has a few tuneful moments on a bar stage.James Blennerhassett will also be performing with the tuneful twosome.Surprisingly the outcome is coherent and tuneful, with the strangle of guitars contrasting quite beautifully with the relaxed voice.
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