[ US /meɪɫˈtʃiɝ/ ]
  1. United States operatic tenor (born in Denmark) noted for his Wagnerian roles (1890-1973)
  2. (New Testament) one of the three sages from the east who came bearing gifts for the infant Jesus; usually represented as a king of Nubia
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How To Use Melchior In A Sentence

  • Melchior," replied I, starting up, "let us have no more of this duplicity. Japhet in Search of a Father
  • It was no wonder that Melchior's son, Christophe, should be a musician.
  • 'Melchior's Dream' is an exquisite little Story, charming by original humour, buoyant spirits, and tender pathos. The Brownies and Other Tales
  • This is Morris, one of five cats who are the actual owners of the Melchior family farm down in Perry County. Cat’s Eye View « Sugar Creek Gardens’ Blog
  • Mademoiselle de La Bastie was inclined to coquet with your Melchior, and was only too ready to become your rival, though her arms are thin, and she has no more bust than most girls; moreover, her hair is as dead and colorless as that of Modeste Mignon
  • Three or four awkward bits were circumvented; a couloir or gully full of snow mounted; and then there was a long climb up a moderate slope toward where a ridge of rocks stood out sharply, with snow sloping down on either side, the ridge running up far into the mountain; but before they could get to this a deep bed of old snow -- "firn" Melchior called it -- a great sheet, like some large white field, had to be passed. The Crystal Hunters A Boy's Adventures in the Higher Alps
  • His Melchior is a familiar but endearing teen archetype: the self-confident alpha dog whose exterior conceals a mass of insecurities. The Orange County Register - News Headlines : Top Stories
  • As he now lay trembling there, he recalled Melchior's words about the valley being bewitched, the falling stones, the disappearance of the crystals; and he was fast growing into a belief that the old legends must be true, and that there really existed a race of horrible little beings beneath the earth, whose duty it was to protect the treasures of the subterranean lands, and that this was one of them on the watch to take the crystals from their hands. The Crystal Hunters A Boy's Adventures in the Higher Alps
  • Altarpieces and private devotional diptychs were commissioned from the painters de Beaumetz, Jean Malouel, Henri Bellechose, and Melchior Broederlam, all of whom were court painters at various times.
  • When Christopher Wood's Melchior and Elizabeth Judd's Wendla figure out a lot can go on in a dark hayloft, we actually see the sex act implied, but some partial nudity and then the awkward moments thereafter. Charles Karel Bouley: "Spring Awakening"-- Teen Masturbation, Pregnancy, Incest, Suicide and Rape In A Catchy Musical
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