melody[ mel-uh-dee ]SEE DEFINITION OF melody
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR MELODY
Their outburst of melody is like a brook let loose from wintry chains.
Life, that would fain be a melody, seems here almost a malady.
Gracie asked, running off the final notes in a tinkle of melody.
If these matters must be divided, give me the melody, and whoever else will, may take the noise.
But four parts are altogether necessary to the perfection of melody.
All this time, the monster slept on, for the girl kept on crooning her melody.
It was as if she marched to the melody of the joy in her heart.
The only melody which pleased me was that of the mournful and touching kind.
Now every melody is right when it has suitable harmony and rhythm, and wrong when unsuitable.
Let us now consider the beauty of figure, melody, song, and dance.