Origin of dulcet
OTHER WORDS FROM dulcetdul·cet·ly, adverbdul·cet·ness, noun
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How to use dulcet in a sentence
Audiobook mode successfully isolates the dulcet tones of Jim Dale, who you might recognize as the reader of the Harry Potter series, though the audio can get a little muddy if you are listening to a music- or sound design-heavy podcast.The best budget Bluetooth speakers to drop the bass without dropping much cash|Carsen Joenk|February 4, 2022|Popular-Science
It’s worth noting that dynamic mics often have a warmer sound, which is one reason radio broadcasters deliver their schtick in such dulcet tones.
Singer-songwriter Seori’s dulcet tone adds a smoothness to the track, rounding the rough edges from the voices of TXT members.
Plan your visit to this mini chain of three islets for any other time of year, unless you enjoy dodging poop missiles while accompanied by the dulcet tones of incessant squawking.The Ultimate Channel Islands National Park Travel Guide|Shawnté Salabert|June 23, 2021|Outside Online
There one listened to the full, swelling chords of the organ; here to the soft, dulcet, silvery notes of the violin.The History of Modern Painting, Volume 1 (of 4)|Richard Muther
When presently he heard his name pronounced in dulcet tones, he looked up with his most unapproachable air.Flaming June|Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
Ever and anon the dulcet murmur of gurgling streams broke gently on the ear.A Daughter of the Union|Lucy Foster Madison
Nay more, illusion now doth bear to me The sweetest sounds of dulcet harmony, Music and voice combine:— O solitude!
Nisida.While on the instant Dulcet voices soft and tender Issue from the cave's abysses.