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melodic

[ muh-lod-ik ]
/ məˈlɒd ɪk /
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adjective
of or relating to melody, as distinguished from harmony and rhythm.
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Origin of melodic

1815–25; <Late Latin melōdicus<Greek melōidikós.See melody, -ic

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British Dictionary definitions for melodic

melodic
/ (mɪˈlɒdɪk) /

adjective
of or relating to melody
of or relating to a part in a piece of music
tuneful or melodious

Derived forms of melodic

melodically, adverb
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