Examples of melodious in a Sentence
preferred the melodious sounds of the woodlands to anything produced in a concert hall
a particularly melodious ringtone that was instantly recognizable
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Their melodious deliveries were complemented by the gruffer voice and more theatrical likes of Dixon.
Despite the tracks melodious sound, Boogie still is able to squeeze in some braggadocio bars in the quick, barely-three-minute track.
His cinematic staging, while sometimes theatrically arresting and filled with intriguingly weird imagery, often goes against the grain of this melodious French Romantic warhorse.
For the past 17 years, listeners of All Classical Portland (KQAC-FM) have grown familiar with the melodious baritone of senior announcer Robert McBride.
From the resounding contrabassoon of Jonathan Sherwin to the melodious bow of concertmaster William Preucil, this was a display of orchestra-wide virtuosity and collective eloquence.
On the other hand, said soulless hatchbacks could only dream (lasciviously, at that) of the melodious auditory layercake that emanates from this 3.2-liter mill.
Dulcet, melodious, and tuneful are just three of the adjectives that will never be applied to the GT’s soundtrack.
Listen to the melodious tunes of the Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra, which returns to 139-year-old Music Hall next month after a $143 million renovation.
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MELODIOUS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of melodious for English Language Learners
: having a pleasing melody : having or making a pleasant musical sound
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