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off-pitch

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Definition of off-pitch in English:

adjective

Music
Not of the correct pitch: off-pitch singing
More example sentences
  • The music sounds off-pitch (which, of course, it is) and sour to my ears.
  • She then followed this up with an air of Schubert's, performed in full diva mode, complete with feather boa but, quite deliberately yet excrutiatingly, just off-pitch.
  • Then something began to play the slightly off-pitch tune of the song, Sold Me.

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