Definition of tuneage in English:

tuneage

Line breaks: tune|age
Pronunciation: /ˈtʃuːnədʒ
 
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noun

[mass noun] informal
(Especially in music journalism) music: more quality tuneage from Nottingham’s finest
More example sentences
  • Music styles include hyper pop-punk, holy hip-hop, and something called hybrid death tuneage.
  • Packed wall to wall with hammer head chords and unrelenting adrenalin filled feel good tuneage.
  • And it's certainly true in this size of player, where you'll regularly have to change albums to refresh your tuneage.

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