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Definition of "melodiousness" [melodiousness]

  • The property of being melodious. (noun)

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Use "melodiousness" in a sentence
  • "That fine melodiousness, which is one of Spenser's signal characteristics, may be perceived in his"
  • "This was an instrument that could sing, and as composer Ferruccio Busoni declared of Mozart's music, an "uninterrupted melodiousness…shimmers through his compositions like the lovely forms of a woman through the folds of a thin dress.""
  • "In setting a libretto based on Friedrich Schiller's drama about Switzerland's 14th-century freedom-fighter, Rossini eschewed elaborate vocal ornamentation for expansive melodiousness."