melodiously melodiously


  • (adv) in a melodious manner


  1. The orchestra will alternate between using the cell phones melodiously and as interrupting, annoying rings.
  2. Her lyrics for this revue-styled musical are witty and intelligent, her tunes melodiously winning.
  3. One of the 17th century Venetian composers influenced by Monteverdi, Francesco Cavalli wrote melodiously, with great penetration into the personal relationships of his characters.


  • Collection Of John Lennon Writings And Drawings, ‘You Might Well Arsk’, Going Up For Auction

    John Lennon was a busy young man in the mid-1960s. Beatlemania sang melodiously from radio stations and record players. For Lennon, there were concerts, albums, films and even two published books, “In His Own Write” and “Spainard In The Works”. “You Might Well Arsk” is a collection of more than 100 short stories, poems, and
    on April 22, 2014     Source: The Inquisitr

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