melodious melodious  /mə ˈloʊ di əs/


  1. (adj) having a musical sound; especially a pleasing tune
  2. (adj) containing or constituting or characterized by pleasing melody



  1. He often mesmerized them with his sincerity, his low, melodious voice and his genteel charisma.
  2. Another is that it was a time capsule for the elan of the '60s, hopeful and engaged, melodious and raucous.


  1. Movie Review: Shakespeare would approve of this 'Much Ado'

    “Much Ado About Nothing” is quite fun and decidedly charming, thanks to a likeable, albeit marginally Shakespearean, cast consisting of director Josh Whedon’s closest pals, who've gathered in his gorgeous home to put on a play spoken entirely in the Bard's melodious iambic pentameter.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: The Canton Repository

  2. Tremendous trio leads Fallbrook High Class of 2013

    Thursday, June 20 th , 2013 Issue 25, Volume 17. In the music world, a trio is comprised of three different sounds or voices to achieve melodious music.
    on June 21, 2013     Source: The Fallbrook Village News


  1. Speaking on the occasion, Singh said,"Gurudev Tagore's melodious songs inspired our freedom fighters and generation of Indians. Both he and Gandhiji summoned extraordinary courage from the depths of ordinary people's hearts and motivated them to...
    on May 10, 2007 By: Manmohan Singh Source: Hindu

  2. "My favourite track in the film is 'Aa Ja Mil Ke'. It is a very melodious and a soft song. I think one will really enjoy this track while driving one's car on a rainy day. I play the character of a Kindergarten school teacher, who is leading her...
    on Jul 30, 2008 By: Priyanka Chopra Source: Newstrack India (blog)

  3. Obasanjo noted that Africa, like other regions of the world, was, indeed striving for change but lamented that "the region finds itself caught between the past and the future. However, it is salutary that a new and more melodious tune of democratic...
    on Apr 25, 2009 By: Olusegun Obasanjo Source: THISDAY

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