Definition of "tunefully" [tunefully]

  • (adverb) In a tuneful manner.

Use "tunefully" in a sentence

  • "They went on to create three one-on-ones and numerous other openings only to spurn the lot before Portsmouth's Marco Futacs capitalised on a handling error from David Marshall and Greg Halford turned a low shot in after a scramble from corner for a 2-1 lead to the general disbelief of the whole crowd, with the boisterous away contingent tunefully admitting as much."
  • ""Sunset Strip" (1999) is another nostalgia-tinged work, tunefully bouncy in its outer movements (whimsically titled "7 PM" and "7 AM") and warm in its central nocturne."
  • "Doug, a derder is an impromptu kazoo-like musical instrument fashioned by placing one's mouth on the end of a toilet paper tube and tunefully going "der-der-der" into it ."

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