Tune synonyms

to͝on, tyo͝on
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To change or vary the pitch, intensity, or tone of (one's voice or a musical instrument, for example).
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Characterized by assonance; having successive similar vowel sounds.
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(Music) Composed in a melodious and singing style.
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Having component elements pleasingly or appropriately combined:
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Written in verse, especially rhyming verse.
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Being in a state of accord; harmonious.
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(Electricity) Of or relating to two oscillating circuits having the same resonant frequency.
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Full of tune; melodious.
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Of a single sound; producing the same sound.
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Mutual agreement; harmony
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A mutual understanding between two or more legally competent individuals or entities about their rights and duties regarding their past or future performances and consideration. While an agreement usually leads to a contract, it could also be an executed sale, a gift or other transfer of property, or a promise without a legal obligation.
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(Person, proper) A feminine name
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A simultaneous utterance by a number of people:
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Agreement in purpose, feeling, or action.
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A large, dark-blue, cultivated variety of fox grape, used esp. for making juice and jelly
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A continuous bass accompaniment, indicated by a shorthand method in notation, and played as on a harpsichord or organ, esp. in baroque music
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In medieval music,
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A getting rid of something
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(Music) The opening phrase of a plainsong composition sung as a solo part.
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A cheerful or lively manner of speaking, in which the pitch of the voice varies pleasantly.
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A definite quantity measured out or thought of as measured
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An often jumbled assortment; a mixture:
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A succession of different notes sung upon a single syllable, as orig. in plainsong or, now esp., in the ornamental phrases of Near Eastern and Asian music
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The number of elements in a finite group.
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(--- Music, Acoustics) That element of a tone or sound determined by the frequency of vibration of the sound waves reaching the ear: the greater the frequency, the higher the pitch
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A theological or philosophical issue presented for formal argument or disputation.
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A phrase, verse, or verses repeated at intervals in a song or poem, as after each stanza
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A tune
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The sensation stimulated in the organs of hearing by such vibrations in the air or other medium.
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A number of racehorses belonging to one owner
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(Electronics) The adjustment of two electronic circuits or devices so as to operate at the same frequency.
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The combination of parts at the same pitch or in octaves.
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(Electronics) To adjust two electronic circuits or devices to operate on the same frequency.
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The general environment or condition, as in attitudes and ideas:
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The collective descendants of a common ancestor; a race, stock, line, or breed.
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a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence
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A demarcation:
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a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence
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To make adjustments to an engine in order to improve its performance
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A solo vocal piece with instrumental accompaniment, as in an opera.
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The act or art of singing:
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An arrangement of parallel passages of different authors, esp. of the Scriptures, so as to bring out corresponding ideas, qualities, etc.
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(Music) A recurring melodic element in a composition, especially a melody forming the basis of a set of variations.
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Any single thing, amount, specimen, example, etc.
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A numeral or a series of numerals used for reference or identification:
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A short, simple song
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A short tune or verse, especially one used to advertise something.
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To bring into a harmonious or responsive relationship:
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A comment or explanation, as on a passage in a text:
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The repetition of consonants or of a consonant pattern, especially at the ends of words, as in blank and think or strong and string.
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An alphabetical list of the chief words used in a book or by a writer, with the passages in which they occur identified or cited
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(Geom.) The point where three or more lines or planes meet
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The quality or fact of being a totality or whole or, esp., of being a union of related parts
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To sing or intone to a chant:
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To describe, proclaim, extol, celebrate, etc. in or as in song or verse
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To give utterance to; express with the voice; speak or sing
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To provide lodging for:
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To bring into accord or agreement; cause to correspond or comply:
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To cause to work or function in a common action or effort:
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To make part of a larger unit:
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To form the parts of with balance or symmetry:
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To compare (one financial account) so that it is consistent or compatible with another:
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To alter for proper functioning.
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To arrange properly or in a certain way; set in order; adjust
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To control, direct, or govern according to a rule, principle, or system; specif., to impose a body of regulations on a particular industry, type of business, etc.
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To become fixed; harden:
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