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Some of the most mellifluous of American place-names are in the areas once held by the Spaniards.
THE AMERICAN LANGUAGEHENRY L. MENCKEN
"Just an hour's sleep, or so," the mellifluous woman explained the case to the two anxious gentlemen.
Argument after argument, in cumulative progression, falls from the pleader's mellifluous tongue.
VONDEL'S LUCIFERJOOST VAN DEN VONDEL
To put the highly wrought, artificial poetry of the Hebrew Dante into mellifluous Italian verse was by no means easy.
The Wigs were no longer taking any notice of him; they were eating ices, and chatting together in their mellifluous voices.
THE CITY CURIOUSJEAN DE BOSSCHRE
First it was to German strains, soft, equable, and mellifluous.
"Of course, she cares for her infant," continued Ulita, in a mellifluous voice.
A FAMILY OF NOBLEMENMIKHAL SALTYKOV
By his side stood his second son, who, in gentle and mellifluous speech was talking to those with whom he came in contact.
Unfortunately, the mellifluous name was not derived from the German for flowers or from the melody of fountains.
By the time she had taken in so much as this the mellifluous young man had perceived and addressed himself to her brother.
THE TRAGIC MUSEHENRY JAMES

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