What is another word for tunes?

Pronunciation: [tjˈuːnz] (IPA)

The word "tunes" has many synonyms that are commonly used in daily communication. These synonyms include melodies, songs, tracks, beats, music, compositions, harmonies, rhythms, and scores. They all refer to musical pieces that can be played or sung. When someone wants to refer to a specific type of tune, they might use more specific synonyms, such as jingles for short pieces, ballads for slow songs, or anthems for patriotic songs. Overall, these synonyms are used to add variety and richness to our vocabulary and make it easier to communicate our ideas and feelings about music.

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Usage examples for Tunes

Yes, I've heard that a million tunes, I believe.
"Lonesome Land"
B. M. Bower
They practiced in the schoolhouse, playing country tunes such as "Camp Town Races," "Old Black Joe," and "Shortnin' Bread" for their own amusement.
"Frying Pan Farm"
Elizabeth Brown Pryor
He sat and played tunes for hours-epic tunes, which I'd have given anything to remember.
"From Edinburgh to India & Burmah"
William G. Burn Murdoch

Famous quotes with Tunes

  • I do very few standards. Hardly any. Other people's tunes that I do are usually obscure tunes, for the most part, although I do a couple of Duke Ellington tunes that are well known.
    Mose Allison
  • I've heard some tunes in recent years that were pretty close to that same idea. The idea was you turn on the radio and you want to hear some music and up comes a commercial.
    Mose Allison
  • There's a few tunes of mine that don't have jokes, but most of them have a joke and they have a humorous point of view somewhere.
    Mose Allison
  • I just couldn't get anyone to sing my songs, so I had to sing my own tunes.
    Paul Anka
  • I, of course, wanted to play real jazz. When we played pop tunes, and naturally we had to, I wanted those pops to kick! Not loud and fast, understand, but smoothly and with a definite punch.
    Count Basie

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