Examples from the Web for muzak
Romney is delivering a Muzak version of the standard GOP refrain about unshackling capitalism and restoring belief in America.Election Between Obama and Romney Will Be Boring—and That’s Fine|Peter Beinart|April 30, 2012|DAILY BEAST
A Muzak rendition of Beethoven's “Ode to Joy” echoed through the Jakarta airport's domestic terminal shortly after dawn.
British Dictionary definitions for muzak
Word Origin and History for muzak
1935, proprietary name for piped music, supposedly a blend of music and Kodak, said to have been coined c.1922 by Gen. George Squier, who developed the system of background music for workplaces.