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adverb as in sweetly

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Camero, who never learned to read music, switched full time to the conga in about 1940, learning complex musical arrangements by ear.

Among the most notable closures was Broadway, the constellation of venues and companies that put on plays and musicals almost every night of the week.

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I’m sure there were musical things I would not have attempted were I not in that mental state.

From Fortune

Jebara said Spotify’s human music editors identify “things we don’t see in the data,” such as new musical genres and trends.

From Fortune

We filled it with our books, musical instruments, and interesting animal bones.

What made it even worse was that the Sex Pistols, musically, were an undeniably great band.

I would just say, musically, you just outgrow bands philosophically and politically.

In order for a reunion to happen, it would take a high level of trust, musically, on everything that happened.

Miles, it was agreed by nearly all, could not and would not be conned musically.

He truly believed this, and in this respect, as well as musically, he has been a powerful influence on many musicians since.

It sounded deeply and musically through the woods, and the boys understood it and obeyed at once.

I started to my feet as a musically pitched, almost singing voice questioned Holaf in their tongue.

The air was clear, and full of the scent of the pines and cedars, and the rumble of the rapids came musically down the canon.

Such a division, he urged, is impossible in practice and musically wrong (ekmeles).

Hearing much of the musically-gifted boy, she expressed the wish to have him presented to her.


On this page you'll find 6 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to musically, such as: harmonious, like music, mellifluously, melodiously, and tunefully.

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