- melodic interval,
- melodic minor scale,
Origin of melodious
Examples from the Web for melodious
Sophisticated, nuanced, melodious pop music, that sweeps you away.
Despite the beautiful, limpid looks, and melodious voice, Fraser has always possessed a steely determination to do things her way.
They're haunting, melodious, and mysterious—definitely attention-grabbers and stylishly unique.
The song and his voice, a melodious tenor, accorded so perfectly with the old Italian garden that there was much applause.Dorothy and other Italian Stories|Constance Fenimore Woolson
That melodious name was approved by Catherine, who declared that the strangers misfortunes must be due to love.Brother Jacques (Novels of Paul de Kock, Volume XVII)|Charles Paul de Kock
Below the wavelets lapped the shingle with melodious rhythm.The Law-Breakers and Other Stories|Robert Grant
He spoke with the tone of one who desires an inferior to be seated in his presence, and his voice was full and melodious.Red Gauntlet|Sir Walter Scott
It was very pretty, and the voice wonderful—so sweet and clear and melodious.Black Diamonds|Mr Jkai
late 14c., from Old French melodios "melodious; delightful" (French mélodieux), from Medieval Latin melodiosus, from Latin melodia (see melody). Related: Melodiously; melodiousness.