[ muh-loh-dee-uhs ]
/ məˈloʊ di əs /
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Origin of melodious
OTHER WORDS FROM melodious
me·lo·di·ous·ly, adverbme·lo·di·ous·ness, nounnon·me·lo·di·ous, adjectivenon·me·lo·di·ous·ly, adverb
non·me·lo·di·ous·ness, nouno·ver·me·lo·di·ous, adjectiveo·ver·me·lo·di·ous·ly, adverbo·ver·me·lo·di·ous·ness, nounun·me·lo·di·ous, adjectiveun·me·lo·di·ous·ly, adverbun·me·lo·di·ous·ness, noun
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How to use melodious in a sentence
William took Albert in charge and carried him into the other tent, where Tommy sat in his wet shirt roaring most melodiously.Masterman Ready|Captain Frederick Marryat
Its occupant was sleeping heavily, and breathing melodiously.The Diamond Coterie|Lawrence L. Lynch
I feel melancholy as a whip-poor-will and took up pen and paper to sigh melodiously to you.The Letters of William James, Vol. 1|William James
They are even fooled to melodiously mournful protest when their ears catch the shriller quaver of the screech owl's note.In New England Fields and Woods|Rowland E. Robinson
Maggie Macintyre makes distinct advance, and sings, "O Willow, we have missed you" most melodiously.
British Dictionary definitions for melodious
/ (mɪˈləʊdɪəs) /
having a tune that is pleasant to the ear
of or relating to melody; melodic
Derived forms of melodiousmelodiously, adverbmelodiousness, noun
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