the voice was mellifluous and smooth
(of a voice or words) sweet or musical; pleasant to hear.
translation of 'mellifluous'
शहद उत्पन्न करनेवाला,
The 'mellifluous' voice of the tenor did indeed ‘comfort’ us in his first aria.
In Italian what name could sound more 'mellifluous' than Felice?
The voice was rich, 'mellifluous' and like an angel sent from heavens above.
Staring into space, each concentrated on the soft sounds of Mari's 'mellifluous' voice.
‘We will have refreshments and you shall tell me of your misadventure,’ Arvid said in a rich, 'mellifluous' voice.
The waves crashed over and over, the sound 'mellifluous' and almost lulling to my ear.
Prince Vaji closed his eyes and allowed his immortal senses hear the 'mellifluous' music, designed to ensnare the mind of its listener.
I think his voice is noble, 'mellifluous' , rich and with a good range of colours.
Once I heard her 'mellifluous' voice softly humming to the radio, I sighed a breath of relief.
Finally, however, her 'mellifluous' voice with its distinctive accent and timbre began captivating the hearts of audiences elsewhere, and she shot to fame.
It must be the most musical and 'mellifluous' language in the world.
I was particularly taken with the 'mellifluous' sounds of the ‘authentic’ clarinets.
Just as there is more to the songs' lyrics than that, so there is more to their sound than 'mellifluous' strumming.
While engine noise never gets out of hand and indeed sounds quite 'mellifluous' , you do hear a surprising amount of noise from passing traffic.
Despite age, the singer has a 'mellifluous' voice.
We dozed off to the 'mellifluous' sounds of nature.
Rose wondered, listening to Yashi's soft, 'mellifluous' voice soothing Jess, and feeling a pang of annoyance that she'd gone straight for him.
The words to the song started, and I could hear Christina's 'mellifluous' voice singing softly along with it.
From Ontario, Kiran Ahluwalia brings her Punjabi folk songs, and a 'mellifluous' voice that will wrap her audience in its exotic charms.
Her physical energy and humour are palpable, her voice a 'mellifluous' tool with which she weaves tale upon tale, until one loses track of time in the hands of a master storyteller.
Before he started, the local priest was at pains to give details of the location of the wake and, for the legion of Minardi and Ferrari mechanics who came over from Italy to Oxford, 'mellifluously' repeated the instructions in fluent Italian.
‘Good afternoon, Mr. Phelps,’ the tape greeted him 'mellifluously' .
Experimentation in traditional forms such as sonnets or terza rima hasn't really taken hold here, in part, perhaps, because there is more danger in Italian than there is in English of falling into dull 'mellifluousness' .
Looking back at my notes I observed that ‘Tanyel is a delightful interpreter of these big boned concertos’ and that she brought ‘a clear 'mellifluousness' to proceedings’.
True, it rolls 'mellifluously' off the tongue and hangs in the air like an echo from a bell or the sonorous tones of a self-righteous preacher.
But the play really belongs to Marian Seldes, who floats, hovers, slithers, twists into salamandrine shapes, while enunciating with magnificent 'mellifluousness' and perfect, usually hilarious timing.
A true Italian, Scarlatti apparently was incapable of writing anything lacking in grace or 'mellifluousness' , and his vocal music - including dozens and dozens of operas - is considered to be particularly attractive.
‘I am so delighted to meet you, young lady,’ he intoned 'mellifluously' .
Alessandrini and Concerto Italiano always play 'mellifluously' and with great expression.
The music's challenge is a delayed one however: first impressions suggest a generalised 'mellifluousness' .
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