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melodious División en sílabas: me·lo·di·ous
Pronunciación: /məˈlōdēəs/

Definición de melodious en inglés:


1Of, producing, or having a pleasant tune; tuneful: the melodious chant of the monks
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Liszt tells the poet's story with music that is memorably melodious and dramatic; this is one of the highlights among the thirteen.
  • Josef Suk can always be counted upon to produce good, well crafted and melodious music and these three compositions certainly live up to that description.
  • In contrast, the dances of Asia stand out for their splendid colour and costumes and melodious instrumental music and drum beats.
1.1Pleasant-sounding: a melodious voice
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Organisers feel it is a great opportunity for the public to hear the pleasant and melodious jazz harmonies in a great natural environment and mountains during August summer nights.
  • His melodious and lyrical voice cradled the cries of infants and raged passionately against the dying of the light.
  • He spoke with his ladies in a friendly, melodious voice as he carried out boxes of expensive, impractical footwear for their pleasure and delight.


Pronunciación: /məˈlōdēəslē/
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • There was an energy behind the melodiously melancholy tunes such as ‘Trouble’ and ‘We Never Change’ that drove the show despite their pensive beats.
  • In his 80th year, he retains the sonorous resonance of a voice tuned to melodiously deliver, not just the staccato sounds of everyday speech, but the deeper tones of depth and meaning that lie within.
  • I loosened his tongue with Guinness and he held forth melodiously for some time about stuff like Beowulf, Njarl's Saga, Anglo-Saxon and Nordic literature.
Pronunciación: /məˈlōdēəsnəs/
Oraciones de ejemplo
  • In the Kedar rendition, Kaikini showed the traditional crisp melodiousness, accompanied by his daughter Aditi and his son Yogesh Samsi on the tabla.
  • This song not only demonstrates his flexible range, but also the melodiousness of his voice.
  • I have often remarked that unmusical American English, however close to Elizabethan pronunciation, falls well short of that British melodiousness with which English actors can liltingly enhance Shakespeare.


Late Middle English: from Old French melodieus, from melodie (see melody).

Palabras que riman con melodious

commodious, odious
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