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Spell check of musical

Correct spelling: musical

Synonyms:
vocal, liquid, mellifluent, discordant, melodic, jazz, harmonizing, tune, lyrical, dulcet, cantabile, pleasing, philharmonic, silvery, singing, ariose, lyric, melodious, blues, harmonious, chanted, euphonious, singable, rhythmical, songlike, concordant, agreeable, musical theater, mellifluous, bebop, talented, songful, honeyed, instrumental, symphonious, symphonic, gifted, beautiful, syncopated, mellisonant, concert, artistic, musical comedy, euphonic, sweet, tuneful, consonant, mellow, canorous, harmonic.

Antonyms:
disharmonious, raucous, unpleasant, grating, metallic, blaring, off-key, jarring, dissonant, jangling, clashing, harsh, tuneless, disconnected, unmelodic, clattering, staccato, unmusical, screeching, unmelodious, discordant, shrill, nonmusical, atonal, scratching, disagreeable, unpleasing, squeaky, clanging, strident, raspy, inharmonious.

Examples of usage:

1) " It seems impossible for us to treat you as a stranger in any way," she said, in a low, musical voice, " or to make company of you. - "The Man from Jericho", Edwin Carlile Litsey.

2) As I finished, Helen said: " I'm sorry I'm not musical, Ted, but I'm quite sure you have one of the worst voices I've ever heard." - "I Walked in Arden", Jack Crawford.

3) There was a time when he was musical- very musical. - "Girls of the Forest", L. T. Meade.

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