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1. melodic

adjective. ['məˈlɑːdɪk'] containing or constituting or characterized by pleasing melody.

Synonyms

  • musical
  • ariose
  • mellifluous
  • honeyed
  • mellisonant
  • sweet
  • songlike
  • melodious
  • dulcet
  • songful
  • lyrical
  • singing
  • cantabile

Antonyms

  • unmusical
  • sugarless
  • tasteless
  • sour

Etymology

  • -ic (English)
  • -ique (French)
  • melody (English)
  • melodie (Middle English (1100-1500))

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Words that Rhyme with Melodic

  • rhapsodic
  • periodic
  • episodic
  • miladic
  • rodick
  • modic

Example sentences of the word melodic


1. Adjective
Once finished, you can tune the harp so that you can play melodic and harmonic songs on it.

2. Noun, singular or mass
Playing accompaniment is all about rhythm, so the playing style needs to be more staccato than melodic.

Quotes containing the word melodic


1. Did he just rip out the engine?"I asked."Yes", Saiman said. "And now he is demolishing the Maserati with it."Ten seconds later Curran hurled the twisted wreck of black and orange that used to be the Maserati into the wall.The first melodic notes of an old song came from the computer. I glanced at Saiman.He shrugged. "It begged for a soundtrack.
- Ilona Andrews, Magic Slays

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