Musical Definition

myo͝ozĭ-kəl
musicals
adjective
Of or for the creation, production, or performance of music.
Webster's New World
Having the nature of music; melodious or harmonious.
Webster's New World
Set to music; accompanied by music.
Webster's New World
Fond of, sensitive to, or skilled in music.
Webster's New World
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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noun
musicals
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.
Webster's New World
A play or movie that contains musical numbers.
American Heritage
A musical comedy.
American Heritage
Webster's New World
A musicale.
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Other Word Forms of Musical

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Singular:
musical
Plural:
musicals

Origin of Musical

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

    From Wiktionary

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