melodiously


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me·lo·di·ous

 (mə-lō′dē-əs)
adj.
1. Of, relating to, or containing a pleasing succession of sounds; tuneful.
2. Agreeable to hear: a melodious voice; the melodious song of a bird.

me·lo′di·ous·ly adv.
me·lo′di·ous·ness n.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adv.1.melodiously - in a melodious mannermelodiously - in a melodious manner; "she sang melodiously"
unmelodiously - in an unmelodious manner; "she sings rather unmelodiously"
Translations
بِصورَةٍ شَجِيَّه
melodicky
melodiøst
hljómfagurt
ahenkle

melodiously

[mɪˈləʊdɪəslɪ] ADVmelodiosamente

melodiously

melodiously

[mɪˈləudɪəslɪ] advmelodiosamente

melody

(ˈmelədi) plural ˈmelodies noun
1. a tune. He played Irish melodies on the harp.
2. the principal part in a piece of harmonized music. The sopranos sang the melody, and the other voices added the harmony.
meˈlodic (-ˈlo-) adjective
of melody. a melodic style.
meˈlodious (ˈlou-) adjective
pleasing to the ear; tuneful. melodious tunes.
meˈlodiously adverb
meˈlodiousness noun
References in classic literature ?
Of the wild ones, some place their honey in hollow trees, others hide it in holes in the ground, which they cover so carefully, that though they are commonly in the highway, they are seldom found, unless by the moroc's help, which, when he has discovered any honey, repairs immediately to the road side, and when he sees a traveller, sings, and claps his wings, making many motions to invite him to follow him, and when he perceives him coming, flies before him from tree to tree, till he comes to the place where the bees have stored their treasure, and then begins to sing melodiously. The Abyssin takes the honey, without failing to leave part of it for the bird, to reward him for his information.
A favourite motive, he has treated it even more melodiously in "Lying in the Grass":--
She then had recourse to the golden pomegranate, and on opening it found that all the seeds were as many little violins which flew up in the vaulted roof and at once began playing melodiously.
So his mother thumped him, and he cried melodiously.
And the voice in the gondola rolled on, piping melodiously of Effort and Self-Sacrifice, full of high purpose, full of beauty, full even of sympathy and the love of men, yet somehow eluding all that was actual and insistent in Leonard's life.
"So long as I can do something for your family," she was saying, as she hammered at it, when a voice called melodiously in the passage:
"Tell me, shep-herds, te-e-ell me; tell me-e-e, have you seen (have you seen, have you seen, have you seen) my-y-y Flo- o-ora-a pass this way!"' Melodiously good Minor Canon the Reverend Septimus Crisparkle thus delivers himself, in musical rhythm, as he withdraws his amiable face from the doorway and conveys it down- stairs.
Where the birds sing melodiously. I pass the greater part of the long vacation here.
A woman's voice was singing melodiously in another room of the palace, and with her voice was mingled the noise of a loom, at which she was probably seated, weaving a rich texture of cloth, and intertwining the high and low sweetness of her voice into a rich tissue of harmony.
Using her excellent vocals and unreal music production from seasoned expert, Cotterell, she melodiously reaches out to one-sided relationships, advocating for clarity.
Yet, the music set the tone for the film from the very onset with the title song Hum Aapke Hain Koun -- a slow but melodiously soothing number.
Vendors make their way from carriage to carriage with their wares going 'for a song': Key chains, hairclips, elasticised belts, safety chains, toy flutes blown melodiously before one's very eyes, packs of cards.