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 adj.— «Simon Cowell confirmed as much in one of his softer comments from the judges’ table. The guy has a good ear—in Idol parlance, he isn’t “pitchy”—and an intuitive feel for phrasing, combining well-judged dynamics and punchy rhythms to take a song right where it ought to go, but no further.» —“McPhee took joy out of the song” by Amy Biancolli Houston Chronicle (Texas) May 27, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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