- dulbecco, renato,
- dulce et decorum est pro patria mori,
- dulce gulf,
Origin of dulcet
Examples from the Web for dulcet
"You're a little hard on me, Mrs. Shairp," he said, in dulcet tones.Under False Pretences|Adeline Sergeant
The drain-pipe was dripping, a dulcet and lively song: drippety drip drip dribble, drippety drip drip drip.Babbitt|Sinclair Lewis
I pushed my way in and asked him, in my most dulcet tone, if I could get an upper berth to New Orleans.The Burial of the Guns|Thomas Nelson Page
She shaped them like Mini-balls, that they might traverse unerringly to the cell of most dulcet digestion.Mount Rainier|Various
But all realized that somewhere behind that dulcet voice and the gentle manner was a heart of flint and nerves of steel.
Word Origin for dulcet
late 14c., from Old French doucet, diminutive of doux "sweet," earlier dulz, from Latin dulcis, from PIE *dlk-wi-, suffixed form of root *dlk-u- "sweet" (cf. glucose).