musically musically  /ˈmju zɪk li/

Definition(s):

  • (adv) in a musical manner

Usage(s):

  1. Tina is smart, funny, beautiful and not at all musically talented.
  2. Fassie's 1980s effortsbubble-gum pop sung mainly in Englishwere musically unremarkable.
  3. U2 has, with a few bumps along the way, managed the nearly unprecedented feat of being musicallyand politicallyrelevant for 22 years.

News

  1. Star Spotting: Teyana Taylor's Bikini Instagram Photos Remind Us That We Suck At Working Out (PHOTOS)

    Teyana Taylor should just be a walking advertisement for the gym. Warning: If you are eating pizza or a burrito right now, you might want to put it down for fear of feeling really, really bad about your life. Because in addition to the music game, Teyana Taylor is absolutely SLAYING the body game! Musically, [...]
    on June 14, 2013     Source: MTV

  2. Chris Christie Slow Jams the News on Fallon (Video)

    The New Jersey governor responds, musically, to a Democratic lawsuit over his decision to call a special election to fill the late Frank Lautenberg's U.S. Senate seat. read more        
    on June 14, 2013     Source: The Hollywood Reporter

  3. Fall Out Boy Performing At House Of Blues

    They titled their latest record "Save Rock and Roll." But what exactly did Fall Out Boy rescue it from? Read on and find out: Macho Posturing Traditionally, rock stars have been expected to be musically inclined extensions of their genitalia. Think about
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Las Vegas Review-Journal

Quotes

  1. Frontman Jonathan Davis says, "The setting and the mood took us into a totally new direction musically. We took the opportunity to stretch out and experiment with the performance. I don't think we'll ever be the same. We spent a lot of time fooling...
    on Jul 9, 2010 By: Jonathan Davis Source: Toronto Sun

  2. "I did want to expand myself musically, lyrically and emotionally," Scialfa says between sips of Earl Grey tea. "I wanted to push myself. I like to hide. ...... I had to come up a little tougher."
    on Sep 4, 2007 By: Patti Scialfa Source: FOXNews

  3. Mr Clegg said of A Day in the Life: "Even after all this time, it still sounds innovative and radical. The dramatic shift of gears musically leading to the powerful piano chords at the end are frighteningly effective, while the lyrics are incredibly...
    on Jul 1, 2008 By: Nick Clegg Source: Telegraph.co.uk

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