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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
And the banks of those rivers resounded with the mellifluous strains of the male Kokilas and the notes of peacocks and cranes.
One is not surprised at their being addressed by such mellifluous epithets as Cushla machree, asthore, mavourneen!
ROMANTIC IRELAND; VOLUME 2/2M.F AND B. MCM. MANSFIELD
No, no; change churlish dreams and braving trumpets to mellifluous flutes.
Though she had spoken quite sharply at the telephone, her voice was mellifluous when she attuned it to Gabriella.
LIFE AND GABRIELLAELLEN GLASGOW
In his great passages, respiration is easy and pronunciation simple; the language is a splendid and mellifluous stream.
FLOWERS OF FREETHOUGHTGEORGE W. FOOTE
Upon the silence there fell the pure, liquid, mellifluous melody of a soft-throated woman singing to her lover.
"Yes," she said, breathing forth the syllable like the most mellifluous note that Tulou's flute had ever sighed.
Well, neither those infamous pot-houses nor our most scientific cooks can make us a sauce like this; mellifluous!
Then there were words which were beautiful to hear, which had a rich sound—words like "mellifluous" and "brocade" and "Cleopatra."
MISSYDANA GATLIN

WORDS RELATED TO MELLIFLUOUS

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