pseudomusical etymology

English word pseudomusical comes from English musical, English pseudo- (False, not genuine, fake.)

Detailed word origin of pseudomusical

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
musical English (eng) Gifted or skilled in music.. Of or relating to music.. Pertaining to a class of games in which players move while music plays, but have to take a fixed position when it stops; by extension, any situation where people repeatedly change positions.. Pleasing to the ear. A stage performance, show or film that involves singing, dancing and musical numbers performed by the cast as well as acting.
pseudo- English (eng) False, not genuine, fake.
pseudomusical English (eng) Quasimusical.

Words with the same origin as pseudomusical

Descendants of musical
Quaker gun allusion anaconda mortgage boil down cash cow domino effect domino theory duck out glass jaw knuckle dragger live one monotony one-note political football ride high salt away sawdust trail seismic shift tentpole movie
Descendants of pseudo-
polypseudorotaxane pseudo pseudoallergic pseudobranchial pseudocompact pseudoconcave pseudoconvex pseudodementia pseudodiffusion pseudodiscipline pseudoenvironmentalist pseudofruit pseudogenome pseudoholomorphic pseudohyponatremia pseudolithiasis pseudomerohedry pseudoradical pseudoresponse pseudoreversible pseudoriparian pseudoseasonal pseudowire pseudoxanthoma