Meaning of mellifluously in English:



See mellifluous

‘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.’
  • ‘‘Good afternoon, Mr. Phelps,’ the tape greeted him mellifluously.’
  • ‘‘I am so delighted to meet you, young lady,’ he intoned mellifluously.’
  • ‘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.’
  • ‘Alessandrini and Concerto Italiano always play mellifluously and with great expression.’