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(by extension) Not harmonious, or out of accord.
In an off-key manner.
The hammer was changed but the crack remains - and gives the distinctive, slightly off-key, tone that we hear today from.. .
There were drunks going down the Lane yelling Glory Glory Man United rather off-key.
But he had not quite so much fun when the vehicle started slowing and the engine started sounding rather off-key.
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