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Her hard but not unmusical laugh had given place to a grating cackle, and a leer of affected gaiety had replaced the merry eye.
THE LIFE OF THOMAS WANLESS, PEASANTALEXANDER JOHNSTONE WILSON
If a pair of these birds have a nest they betray the fact to the world by the unmusical clamour they make from sunrise to sunset.
Harsh and unmusical sounds, produced by the voice, indicate that the throat is in a condition of injurious tension.
"Five finger drills" and studies in broken scales of the types generally used are also utterly unmusical.
The old badger invariably uttered a low but not unmusical greeting when she returned to her family at dawn.
She was sobbing all the time and chanting a very mournful but not unmusical kind of song.
He roared out the catch in a harsh, unmusical voice, and ended with a shout of laughter.
THE WHITE COMPANYARTHUR CONAN DOYLE
We dodged under the narrow awnings of the shops, and bargained blindly in the most unmusical lingos.
OVER THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS TO ALASKACHARLES WARREN STODDARD
As he came along the garden path, the gravel started all round his unmusical foot.
THE RECTORMRS. (MARGARET) OLIPHANT
Taking the unmusical youngster by the arm, the old chief stood him before Chick-chick.

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