Definition of Tonally

1. Adverb. In a tonal manner. ¹



2. Adverb. Regarding tone. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Tonally

1. tonal [adv] - See also: tonal

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Tonally

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ton mile
ton of refrigeration
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tonal center
tonal language
tonal pattern
tonal system
tonalism
tonalist
tonalists
tonalite
tonalites
tonalities
tonality
tonally (current term)
toname
tonames
tonant
tonaphasia
tonation
tonations
tonca bean
tonca beans
toncanet
tondi
tondini
tondino
tondinos
tondo

Literary usage of Tonally

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1. The Musical Basis of Verse: A Scientific Study of the Principles of Poetic by Julia Parker Dabney (1901)
"The question arises, why—if these rhymes are inadmissible, because tonally defective—have the greatest imperfect and best artists of verse, of all time, ..."

2. The Musical Basis of Verse: A Scientific Study of the Principles of Poetic by Julia Parker Dabney (1901)
"The question arises, why—if these rhymes are inadmissible, because tonally defective—have the greatest imperfect and best artists of verse, of all time, ..."

3. An Experimental Psychology of Music by Karl Feininger (1909)
"We divide these into two classes: (1) those who tonally authenticate and accredit the affections ;(2) those who tonally only collate, array, and dissipate ..."

4. The American Naturalist by American Society of Naturalists, Essex Institute (1897)
"The law governing the occurrence of tonally developed crystals is as follows, according to Becke': In the tonally developed isomorphous nixed crystals of ..."

5. Organ-stops and Their Artistic Registration: Names, Forms, Construction by George Ashdown Audsley (1921)
"When any two claviers are coupled, one or the other is for the time being crippled tonally, unless under some exceptional conditions. ..."

6. The Organ of the Twentieth Century: A Manual on All Matters Relating to the by George Ashdown Audsley (1919)
"... tonally appointed and apportioned, supplemented by its system of compound expression and almost limitless powers of flexibility, as has been outlined, ..."

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