musical


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Synonyms for musical

Synonyms for musical

characterized by harmony of sound

having or producing a pleasing melody

resembling or having the effect of music, especially pleasing music

Synonyms for musical

a play or film whose action and dialogue is interspersed with singing and dancing

talented in or devoted to music

characteristic of or resembling or accompanied by music

containing or constituting or characterized by pleasing melody

References in classic literature ?
On the second morning, about eleven o'clock, the king himself in person, attended by his nobility, courtiers, and officers, having prepared all their musical instruments, played on them for three hours without intermission, so that I was quite stunned with the noise; neither could I possibly guess the meaning, till my tutor informed me.
He was so deeply impressed by the progress made by these pupils, and by the pathos of their dumbness, that when he arrived in Canada he was in doubt as to which of these two tasks was the more important--the teaching of deaf-mutes or the invention of a musical telegraph.
my very laugh is musical, I know," interrupted Maria; "but then it is often shockingly out of time.
Besides the sticks and the drums, there are no other musical instruments among the Typees, except one which might appropriately be denominated a nasal flute.
You can't expect a really musical person to enjoy comic songs as we do.
She soon found that whistling to the bullfinches in Mrs d'Urberville's room was no such onerous business when she had regained the art, for she had caught from her musical mother numerous airs that suited those songsters admirably.
Conservatives cherished it for being small and inconvenient, and thus keeping out the "new people" whom New York was beginning to dread and yet be drawn to; and the sentimental clung to it for its historic associations, and the musical for its excellent acoustics, always so problematic a quality in halls built for the hearing of music.
But what satisfaction will the nature of the animal be to me when the animal shall have tempted my Mat away from the musical business to New Zealand or Australey?
The steamer will be provided with every necessary comfort, including library and musical instruments.
The slang men, not a very musical race, still clung to the goat's horn trumpet and the Gothic rubebbe of the twelfth century.
Philip was a very cultured young man, and he looked upon musical comedy with scorn.
He's got a musical ear, and your playing MAKES him howl.
Two girlish voices sang a musical passage- the end of some song.
Music herself, the analysis of the musical soul, in the characteristic episodes of its development is a wholly new range of poetic subject in which Mr.
The murmur of their voices rose up to her ears, and then the musical little child-like laugh which she knew so well.