The Top English Grammar Tips From A–Z
- We dozed off to the mellifluous sounds of nature.
- I was particularly taken with the mellifluous sounds of the ‘authentic’ clarinets.
- While engine noise never gets out of hand and indeed sounds quite mellifluous, you do hear a surprising amount of noise from passing traffic.
- Staring into space, each concentrated on the soft sounds of Mari's mellifluous voice.
- 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.
- Once I heard her mellifluous voice softly humming to the radio, I sighed a breath of relief.
- I think his voice is noble, mellifluous, rich and with a good range of colours.
- In Italian what name could sound more mellifluous than Felice?
- Just as there is more to the songs' lyrics than that, so there is more to their sound than mellifluous strumming.
- ‘We will have refreshments and you shall tell me of your misadventure,’ Arvid said in a rich, mellifluous voice.
- The voice was rich, mellifluous and like an angel sent from heavens above.
- Prince Vaji closed his eyes and allowed his immortal senses hear the mellifluous music, designed to ensnare the mind of its listener.
- It must be the most musical and mellifluous language in the world.
- The waves crashed over and over, the sound mellifluous and almost lulling to my ear.
- Finally, however, her mellifluous voice with its distinctive accent and timbre began captivating the hearts of audiences elsewhere, and she shot to fame.
- 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.
- Despite age, the singer has a mellifluous voice.
- From Ontario, Kiran Ahluwalia brings her Punjabi folk songs, and a mellifluous voice that will wrap her audience in its exotic charms.
- The mellifluous voice of the tenor did indeed ‘comfort’ us in his first aria.
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