Definition of tunelessness in US English:

tunelessness

noun

  • See tuneless

    • ‘It was a drunken cacophony of merriment and tunelessness.’
    • ‘To get away with the kind of tunelessness found on this album, you have to be a lunatic, a crackpot, or a genius.’
    • ‘The 1970s detail is quite particular: a chopper bike, space hopper and the piercing tunelessness of the daughter's descant recorder are all thrown into the rowing family's maelstrom.’
    • ‘His tunelessness has made him the hero of a whole new generation.’

Pronunciation

tunelessness

/ˈt(y)o͞onləsnəs//ˈt(j)unləsnəs/