- mellow out,
- melodic interval,
- melodic minor scale,
Origin of melodeon
Examples from the Web for melodeon
But I could hear it for a long time, and it the grandest I ever heard—and like a melodeon.
Besides, those who sat in front began to be discontented with the melodeon.Backlog Studies|Charles Dudley Warner
The melodeon climbed to two dollars, with comparative rapidity.The Happy Venture|Edith Ballinger Price
She could not imagine how the singing could be anything without her voice and the melodeon.Watch Yourself Go By|Al. G. Field
You do not like it much, any more than he would like a melodeon or a piano.The Women of the Arabs|Henry Harris Jessup
Word Origin for melodeon
1847, variant of melodion, from German Melopdoin, from Melodie, from Old French melodie (see melody).