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  • adj.harmonious, musical
  • adj.harmonious

synonyms for most melodious

  • accordant
  • agreeable
  • assonant
  • canorous
  • clear
  • concordant
  • dulcet
  • euphonic
  • euphonious
  • harmonic
  • in tune
  • mellifluous
  • mellow
  • pleasing
  • resonant
  • silvery
  • soft
  • songful
  • sweet
  • sweet-sounding
  • symphonic
  • symphonious
  • tuned
  • tuneful
  • well-tuned
  • melodic
  • tuneful
  • musical
  • accordant
  • agreeable
  • clear
  • dulcet
  • euphonious
  • mellifluous
  • mellow
  • pleasing
  • resonant
  • soft
  • sweet
  • symphonic
  • euphonic
  • harmonic
  • symphonious
  • assonant
  • canorous
  • concordant
  • in tune
  • silvery
  • songful
  • sweet-sounding
  • tuned
  • well tuned
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antonyms for most melodious

MOST RELEVANT
  • cacophonous
  • discordant
  • grating
  • harsh
  • inharmonious
  • unmusical
  • inharmonious
  • grating
  • discordant
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How to use most melodious in a sentence

A desire for happiness is our common heritage, he was saying in his richly melodious voice.
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The first movement of the suite was entitled Pity, and the music flowed like melodious tears.
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The following second the silence was broken for the first time by her clear burst of light, melodious laughter.
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The singing in the galleries and below is full, if not very sweet; is spirited and generously expressed if not so melodious.
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He had been down into the bottom-most pit of hell, and the sights that he had seen there had withered him up.
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The orchestra, including the singers, numbered about 50, and the melodious din they created was something tremendous.
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The singing of the choir is pretty exact and melodious; but it is too weak—needs more harmonic energy and general strength.
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Madame Bill near fell off her chair with surprise, and began ha-ha-ing melodious.
THE BELTED SEASARTHUR COLTON
Who could make such melancholy strains but the desolate orphan—the melodious Figgins?
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Moreover she knew music, which is a thing apart from merely loving melodious sounds.
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