[ US /ˈmeɪˌɫeɪ/ ]
  1. a noisy riotous fight
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How To Use melee In A Sentence

  • I think that while full-on female displays will evoke an easy and instinctual hormone rush -- which, as I said, might be a good complement to a melee brawl -- most intelligent people will agree that some sort of subtlety in sexuality is appealing on more levels simultaneously. Archive 2008-02-01
  • Curious tourists and reporters were often trapped in the melees.
  • People panicked and stampeded, blows rained down, people fell and hurt themselves in the melee.
  • This impression was often based on an aversion to the strong odour of the camels rather than the cameleers themselves.
  • There was a scuffle and I lost my hat in the melee.
  • The second look, "Logan's look," also demonstrates a "recessionista" trick -- how to make a blouse out of the confidential and potentially damning documents your boss asked you to shred during the Wall Street melee. Una LaMarche: Project Runway Episode 7 Recap: Kind of Blue
  • I'm finally getting around to leveling/playing a warlock myself (just hit 77 yesterday) and I must say turning into a demon and joining my axe wielding friend in melee is ever so much fun. "The lines of uncles dwindled, and the pirate stories stopped."
  • Alex Calvo-Garcia swung his foot, failed to get a clean connection but still saw the ball bobble through a melee of legs and the outstretched arm of Fettis to nestle in the corner.
  • That tackle sparked a mass melee between players and officials. The Sun
  • With a melee of artists, dancers, musicians and bands, the crowds gathered to enjoy the sunshine and take part in the festivities.
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