unmusical

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

un- +‎ musical

Adjective[edit]

unmusical (comparative more unmusical, superlative most unmusical)

  1. Not musical: lacking in musical ability.
  2. Not musical: unmelodic.
    • 1870, The African Repository and Colonial Journal (volume 46, page 231)
      The harp itself was a huge gourd, and a most unmusical "shell" it proved to be.