Musical meaning

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Musical is defined as something related to music, or someone with an ear or fondness for music.

When the bells of a church sound like beautiful music, this is an example of when they would be described as musical.

A person who is a good singer is an example of someone who is musical.

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The definition of a musical is a play where the characters sing and dance.

The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway is an example of a musical.

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Characteristic of or resembling music; melodious.

A musical speaking voice.

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Set to or accompanied by music.

A musical revue.

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Devoted to or skilled in music.
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A musicale.
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Having the nature of music; melodious or harmonious.
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Fond of, sensitive to, or skilled in music.
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Set to music; accompanied by music.
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A theatrical or film production, often elaborately costumed and staged, with dialogue developing the story line and an integrated musical score featuring songs and dances in a popular idiom.
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Of or relating to music.
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Gifted or skilled in music.
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Of, relating to, or capable of producing music.

A musical instrument.

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Of or for the creation, production, or performance of music.
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Pleasing to the ear.

Her voice had a musical tone.

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A stage performance, show or film which involves singing, dancing and musical numbers performed by the cast as well as acting.
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Origin of musical

  • Middle English, from Old French, from Latin musicalis, from Ancient Greek μουσικός (mousikos), from μουσική (mousiki, “music").

    From Wiktionary