[ UK /mˈɛdli/ ]
[ US /ˈmɛdɫi/ ]
  1. a musical composition consisting of a series of songs or other musical pieces from various sources
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How To Use medley In A Sentence

  • Afterwards, all three put on a jaw-dropping a cappella gospel medley that left everyone's spine tingling with pleasure.
  • An unlikely medley of five friends, one of them is now a star, the other a businessman, the third a pilot while the remaining two are in the software industry.
  • Such is a part of tire strange medley that is before and around me; and amidst them and the blue streams of smoke that are rising from the tops of these hundred "coal-pits," can be seen in distance, the green and boundless, treeless, bushless prairie; and on it, and contiguous to the piquet which encloses the village, a hundred scaffolds, on which their "dead live", as they term it. Letters and notes on the manners, customs, and conditions of the North American Indians
  • Besides, a medley of reasons such as malnutrition, lack of hygiene and awareness-all caused by illiteracy-contributes to the cases.
  • Thick, juicy cod fillets are steamed over water that is intensely flavoured with a medley of spices, fresh herbs and aromatics.
  • The end comes to both actions at once in the squalor of a chance-medley. William Shakespeare
  • Beck did this so often that comedian Lewis Black strung them together on The Daily Show in what he called a medley of Beck's "Hitler Tourette's Syndrome. Mark Green: FOX's Six Tricks: How to Spot the Next Sherrod
  • A range of events featuring freestyle, butterfly, sidestroke, backstroke and medley races saw the kids battle for supremacy as to who would be the king and queen of the pool in their age groups and for their swimming club.
  • Today, cruise ships feature gourmet cuisine and what seems to be a never-ending medley of meals, along with choices for leaner menus.
  • The audiences before whom _The Revenge_ was produced evidently showed themselves ill-affected towards such a medley of purely fictitious creations, and of historical personages and incidents, treated in the most arbitrary fashion. Bussy D'Ambois and The Revenge of Bussy D'Ambois
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