Synonyms for Tune:
symphonic, harmonious, blues, musical, jazz, vocal, concert, bebop, lyric, instrumental, melodic, syncopated.
n.blast away, back, bang out, atmospherics, articulation, beat out, accompany, blast, baton, arrange. accord, chant, andante, allegro, bass, beautiful, adagio, cantata. concordance, induct, teach, ground, unity, initiate, coach, train, educate, concurrence, instruct, tutor, agreement, lecture, agree, rapport. preset, regulate, calibrate, diagnose, zero, calibration. flick through, flip, listen in, dip into, dip, flip through, audience, channel surfing, call-in, couch potato. •agreement (noun)
concord, euphony, accord, concordance.
concerto, symphony, cantata.
consonance, motive, theme, tunefulness, harmoniousness, concord, euphony.
•melody, harmony (noun)
chorus, carol, air, harmony, aria, theme, ditty, concert, piece, song, number, strain, composition, jingle, consonance.
blues, lyric, harmony, ballet, bebop, music, instrumental, air, ballad, symphony, score, hymn, quartet, composition, concert, melody, jazz, serenade, vocalization, aria, concerto, psalm, carol, sonata, syncopation, lullaby, ditty, arrangement, chorus, song.
line, melody, strain, tune up, melodic phrase, air, melodic line.
compensate, adjust, neutralize, cancel, set, counteract, nullify, counterbalance, square, offset, balance, correct.
Usage examples for tune
Lost in these thoughts which enhanced the pleasure of any tears, I should have stayed for a long tune in the garden if Dubois had not come out to look for me. – The Memoires of Casanova, Complete The Rare Unabridged London Edition Of 1894, plus An Unpublished Chapter of History, By Arthur Symons by Jacques Casanova de Seingalt