Words nearby music
Idioms for music
Origin of music
OTHER WORDS FROM musicmu·sic·less, adjectivean·ti·mu·sic, noun, adjectiveun·der·mu·sic, noun
Examples from the Web for music
I gotta say—I think this past year was pretty bad for music.
What an amazing thing to be able to listen to any music you want, a whole world of bands.
Do you think that as we get older our thoughts shift to the more abstract, the music, than the definite, the lyrics?
I remember all our music appeared on Spotify overnight, without anybody asking us.
Was that a transitional moment for you from music to comedy?
From the inn yard came the sound of music and the beat of the dancers feet on the hard ground.The Motor Maids Across the Continent|Katherine Stokes
He was an elector, and had a taste for music and literature.Dealings With The Dead|A Sexton of the Old School
Perhaps I shall be able to justify it, and make my meaning clearer too, if I give an account of my own feelings about music.Art|Clive Bell
The music, the lights, the haze of smoke and the scent of food were depressing.Sally Bishop|E. Temple Thurston
In the pauses of the music speeches were made and more presents given, first by the sachems and then by the Frenchmen.Strange Stories of the Great River|Abbie Johnston Grosvenor
British Dictionary definitions for music
Word Origin for music
Idioms and Phrases with music
In addition to the idiom beginning with music
- music to one's ears
- face the music