Day-177 (Mellifluous)

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Word:
              Mellifluous

Status:
              Adjective

Meaning:
               Having a smooth, flowing sound.

Sentences:
1) She has a rich, mellifluous voice that gives her a lot of work in the television and radio.
2) The windchime gave a mellifluous ring.

Origin: 
               Middle English mellyfluous, from Late Latin mellifluus, from Latin mell meaning 'honey' + fluere meaning 'flow'.

First use:
               15th century

Synonyms:
                euphonious, lyrical, melodic, musical

Antonyms:
                unlyrical, unpleasant.

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