tuny

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Etymology[edit]

tune +‎ -y

Adjective[edit]

tuny (comparative tunier, superlative tuniest)

  1. tuneful; melodious
    • 1997, Arthur Cohn, The Literature of Chamber Music: Eggermann to Kyurkchiisky
      This is Glass as he wrote in the early 1960s: tame, tonal, tuny music.

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