One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
- ‘I washed it down with two bottles of orange pop, like those I had seen tied to the end of strings, clinking unmelodiously as they bounced on the sides of donkeys returning from markets in the valley.’
- ‘‘Free jazz’ - unstructured, often atonal and unmelodiously improvised - has done a disservice to the fan base.’
- ‘And perhaps it's just as well he hasn't tried to balance words and music, as on the rare occasion when he does venture into the mechanics of Dylan's music his prose clanks unmelodiously.’
- ‘She muttered the title with a German accent and, as she did so, heard Greta herself come in, whistling unmelodiously between her teeth.’
- ‘He lolled at his ease, humming, not unmelodiously, snatches of a rude song, and fingering a pack of cards.’
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