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melodious

[ muh-loh-dee-uhs ]
/ məˈloʊ di əs /
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adjective
of the nature of or characterized by melody; tuneful.
producing melody; sweet-sounding; musical.
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Origin of melodious

First recorded in 1375–1425; late Middle English word from Medieval Latin word melōdiōsus.See melody, -ous

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British Dictionary definitions for melodious

melodious
/ (mɪˈləʊdɪəs) /

adjective
having a tune that is pleasant to the ear
of or relating to melody; melodic

Derived forms of melodious

melodiously, adverbmelodiousness, noun
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