[ US /məˈɫɑdɪk/ ]
[ UK /mɛlˈɒdɪk/ ]
  1. containing or constituting or characterized by pleasing melody
    the melodious song of a meadowlark
  2. of or relating to melody
    melodic harmony
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How To Use melodic In A Sentence

  • Despite the fact that the soloists just use these two chords, the improvisations are melodically and rhythmically rich - a signpost of contemporary mainstream jazz.
  • In most cases, each song is given melodic depth by MacKaye's baritone guitar and Farina's stripped-kit drumming.
  • Earlier albums were often melodic yet somehow not catchy, but focused songwriting here makes the riffs memorably hooky.
  • Through an intricate series of hand gestures and melodic whistles, she quickly garnered its trust and shepherded it into our gated, side yard.
  • That the world has come round is due to the melodic pop that now lurks amid their rock riffs. Times, Sunday Times
  • And what the songs lack in structural certainty or melodic eloquence they usually make up for in the remarkable depth and vibrancy of their textures.
  • At its root, Kingsbury Manx offers pleasant, melodic pop that is polished through and through.
  • The thundering guitars, melodic vocals and poetic lyrics seemed to transcend classification.
  • The Leonin pieces alternate ensemble choruses of chant with organum passages which feature a solo voice floating melodic lines over the drone.
  • Their music is loud and not very melodic.
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