LOS ANGELES (AP) - Adam Levine has pulled out the dictionary to defend his offhand comment on "The Voice." When two-thirds of Team Adam were about to be eliminated by popular vote on "The Voice" on Tuesday, he muttered, "I hate this country." Unfortunately, his microphone was on and it was broadcast. That has caused an outrage of criticism of people calling him unpatriotic and saying he should be fired. Levine has responded by tweeting the definitions of "joke," "humorless," "light-hearted" and "misunderstand."