Definition of tuneful in English:

tuneful

Line breaks: tune|ful
Pronunciation: /ˈtjuːnfʊl
 
, -f(ə)l/

adjective

Having a pleasing tune; melodious: a musical full of tuneful songs
More example sentences
  • I find this a pleasant, tuneful, lyrically meaningful song.
  • I think young students will enjoy the fun rhythms, tuneful melodies and the influence of jazz harmonies.
  • They form a perfect setting for some of Rodgers and Hammerstein's most tuneful and evocative songs.
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Derivatives

tunefully

adverb
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  • The first disc begins with the tunefully attractive, harmless rather than inspired, Suite.
  • He laid his head against her shoulders and sang tunefully.
  • We're hoping for the best and at the moment the birds are singing more tunefully than normal, there is a lightness in my step and I'm singing happy songs.

tunefulness

noun
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  • The band evoke a pleasing mix of tunefulness, melody and hardcore grind.
  • Because of the tunefulness of each piece and the attractive writing, students should be motivated to work through ensemble challenges.
  • The interpretation avoided controversy, revealing in its place a grand romantic tunefulness that captivated first-time listeners.

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