- mellifluous: see flux, molasses
- mellifluous (adj.)
- early 15c., "sweet, pleasing" (of an odor, a style of speaking or writing, etc.), from Late Latin mellifluus "flowing with (or as if with) honey," from Latin mel (genitive mellis) "honey" (related to Greek meli "honey;" see Melissa) + -fluus "flowing," from fluere "to flow" (see fluent). Related: Melifluously; melifluousness.
- 1. I grew up around people who had wonderful, mellifluous voices.
- 2. Soon the room is filled with Bates' mellifluous tones.
- 3. The sweet witty soul of Ovid lives in mellifluous and honey - tongued Shakespeare.
- 4. Her voice was distinctive, soft and mellifluous.
- 她的嗓音甜美, 清脆而柔和.
- 5. It will astonish your aperitif papillae by muscat fragrances and the with mellifluous by its mouth.
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