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mellifluent

adjective mel·lif·lu·ent \me-ˈli-flə-wənt\

Definition of MELLIFLUENT

mel·lif·lu·ent·ly adverb

Examples of MELLIFLUENT

  1. <the seamless editing gives the lushly romantic film a very mellifluent feel>

Origin of MELLIFLUENT

Late Latin mellifluent-, mellifluens, from Latin mell-, mel + fluent-, fluens, present participle of fluere
First Known Use: 1601

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