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unmelodic

Line breaks: un|me¦lod¦ic
Pronunciation: /ʌnmɪˈlɒdɪk
 
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Definition of unmelodic in English:

adjective

Not having a pleasing tune; discordant: the songs are pompous, earnest, often unmelodic
More example sentences
  • A great deal of the singing is unmelodic to these Western ears.
  • This isn't a song but an unmelodic jumble of morbid nonsensical words without structure or a chorus.
  • Rather unmelodic blocks of sound bump against one another, brutalizing the rhythm as it pushes through the song.

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