Definition of mellifluence in English:



See mellifluent

‘At the same time, the speaker talks with a rich mellifluence that is no doubt the after effect of the tonal richness and elegant detailing.’
  • ‘To my ears the Barra pronunciation is much to be preferred, purely for its mellifluence.’
  • ‘It is the added tonal dimension that occurs when two chords momentarily share properties, so that the transition has greater depth and mellifluence.’
  • ‘Runs, trills, staccatos and legato lines - everything flows with mellifluence.’
  • ‘For their part, Kavitha and Priyanka, who are part of a line-up called Keesh, rendered two songs that had a rare mellifluence.’



/məˈliflo͝oəns/ /məˈlɪflʊəns/