songful

adjective
song·ful | \ˈsȯŋ-fəl \

Definition of songful 

: given to or suggestive of singing : melodious

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Other Words from songful

songfully \ˈsȯŋ-fə-lē \ adverb
songfulness noun

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The songful couple are seen here backstage at Verizon Hall with Marsalis, along with the soloist for the piece, Nicola Benedetti. Peter Dobrin, Philly.com, "Paul Simon and Edie Brickell drop by Philadelphia Orchestra for Wynton Marsalis," 5 Nov. 2017 The Arietta was sweetly songful yet searching, occasionally threatened by passing clouds of slow-building thunder. James R. Oestreich, New York Times, "Emotional Richness in Minor Keys From 2 Revered Pianists," 23 May 2017 The jaunty, songful theme that opens the movie sets a mood that Caine catches breezily—even if the character of Alfie himself is sordid and sleazy in a way that the music doesn’t at all imply. Richard Brody, The New Yorker, "Revisiting Sonny Rollins’s Score for “Alfie,” a Musical Masterwork That Transcended the Film," 1 Apr. 2017

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First Known Use of songful

14th century, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of songful was in the 14th century

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