Definition of Musically

1. Adverb. In a musical manner. "She sang very musically"

Partainyms: Musical
Antonyms: Unmusically



Definition of Musically

1. adv. In a musical manner.

Definition of Musically

1. Adverb. In a musical manner ¹

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Definition of Musically

1. [adv]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Musically

musical time signature
musicale
musicales
musicalise
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musicalises
musicalising
musicalities
musicality
musicalization
musicalizations
musicalize
musicalized
musicalizes
musicalizing
musically (current term)
musicalness
musicals
musicdisk
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musician
musician's cramp
musicianly
musicians
musicianship
musicianships
musicing
musick
musicke
musicked

Literary usage of Musically

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1. A Glossary of Liturgical and Ecclesiastical Terms by Frederick George Lee (1877)
"The reciting musically upon one note any part of Divine service, either by the priest or people singly or together. MONOTONIC.— Pertaining to monotone. ..."

2. Grove's Dictionary of Music and Musicians by George Grove (1908)
"musically more important was Adam de la Halo's celebrated pastorale ' Le jeu de Robin et de Marion/ which was played at the court of Charles of Anjou at ..."

3. On English Poetry: Being an Irregular Approach to the Psychology of this Art by Robert Graves (1922)
"... exactly how to manipulate the letter S." XXVIII ON WRITING musically IN true poetry the mental bracing and relaxing on receipt of sensuous impressions, ..."

4. Memoirs of Richard Cumberland by Richard Cumberland (1806)
"Our crew were very musically inclined, and we had some infers amongst them, which suggested to me ng ; we frequently sung it at •ii in lusty chorus, ..."

5. American Lands and Letters by Donald Grant Mitchell (1904)
"There were others whose hearts were in it; among them that musically accented man, John S. Dwight, whose Journal of Music was a legacy John S. Dwight. ..."

6. The Singing of the Future by David Ffrangcon-Davies, David Thomas Ffrangcon- Davies (1905)
"Natural art comprehends all that great composers have treated musically: man, life, death, continuous life, GOD. THERE remains yet another contention to ..."

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