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dial to select, regulate, or tune to by using a dial. [1/8 definitions]
fiddle (informal) to play (a tune) on a fiddle. [1/7 definitions]
hum to sound (a tune) by humming. [1/7 definitions]
malagueña a Spanish folk dance or tune similar to the fandango.
melody a short musical composition containing one or a few musical ideas; song or tune. [1/3 definitions]
modulate to tune to a particular musical key or pitch. [1/6 definitions]
perseveration the spontaneous recurrence of a thought, image, phrase, or tune in the mind. [1/2 definitions]
retune combined form of tune.
serenade a song or tune, or several such, usu. performed out of doors in tribute to a lover or guests. [1/4 definitions]
sol-fa to sing (a scale, tune, or the like) using the sol-fa syllables. [1/3 definitions]
thrum1 to play (a stringed instrument or a tune) by plucking, esp. idly or repetitiously. [2/5 definitions]
tuneful full of melody or tune. [1/2 definitions]
tuner something used to tune, esp. the radio or television part used to select signals of a particular frequency for conversion into sound or pictures. [1/2 definitions]
tuning fork a small two-pronged metal device that when struck produces a tone in perfect pitch, used to tune musical instruments, test hearing, and the like.
tweak to make a small adjustment or adjustments to; fine-tune. [1/4 definitions]