melodious

[ muh-loh-dee-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF melodious

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MELODIOUS

"But be calm," said the grave, melodious voice, at the young man's side.

A melodious "Thank you," coming as from another being, rewarded me.

First, That apparent proportion, or the melodious connection of 17.

From the distance came the melodious pealing of church bells.

As if the spell had been thwarted, I followed the melodious adagio of her footsteps.

“It seems to be a melodious language,” said Mr. Roebuck, greatly amused.

The verses were very lucid and melodious, and the subject agreeable.

"Be welcome, dear friend," she accosted her with a sweet, melodious voice.

Does it lie in the melodious aves, and under the robes of Rome?

No word, no name had ever seemed to him so sweet, so melodious so caressing.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR MELODIOUS

melodic

adjectivepertaining to melody
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