melodiousness melodiousness


  • (n) the property of having a melody


  1. These interpretations are more intelligent and textured than the average Broadway show tune, yet they contain more melodiousness and amiability than one usually expects from jazz.
  2. After almost 40 years, they have an Old World dash and melodiousness; even My Hero is not too much the worse for a thousand ship's bands and restaurant fiddlers.
  3. Journalists who heard him warble Margaritaville on election eve can testify that his baritone is notable more for enthusiasm than for melodiousness.
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