English version

tuneless

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Music
tunelesstune‧less /ˈtjuːnləs $ ˈtuːn-/ adjective  APMnot having a pleasant tune tuneless hummingtunelessly adverb
Examples from the Corpus
tunelessShe played them as well as she could, but the sounds that came out were tuneless and eerie.Loud and tuneless, but has that ever been a problem before?To her right, a tramp stroked a flurry of tuneless notes from a violin.a tuneless rendition of the songHe loved the tune, but could bring out only a rough, tuneless roar.A tuneless, wordless lilting song that rose and fell and meandered like a stream.
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