out of tune

out of tune  {adv.} or  {adj. phr.}
1. Out of proper musical pitch; too low or high in sound.
The band sounded terrible, because the instruments were out of tune.
2. Not in agreement; in disagreement; not going well together. — Often used with "with".
What Jack said was out of tune with how he looked; he said he was happy, but he looked unhappy.
Compare: OFF-KEY. Contrast: IN TUNE.
Categories: adjective adverb

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