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Meanings of Mells:

noun

A heavy hammer or beetle of metal or wood; = "maul". in early use: †a mace or club.

verb

Of persons. to mix, associate, have dealings. usually with with. now chiefly scottish.

Meanings of Melocactus:

noun

A genus of central and south american cacti which are often hemispherical in shape, and prominently ribbed, with the flowers borne on a woolly terminal structure; (also melocactus) a cactus of this genus (also called melon-cactus, melon-thistle, turk's cap).

Meanings of Melocoton:

noun

Any of several large, late-ripening varieties of peach, especially one with a thick covering of down.

Meanings of Melocotoon:

noun

Any of several large, late-ripening varieties of peach, especially one with a thick covering of down.

Melodeon

məˈləʊ.di.ən

Meanings of Melodeon:

noun

A small accordion of german origin, played especially by folk musicians.

Usage examples:

Next thursday, the sultans of squeeze come to town with their collection of melodions, accordions a…

Melodeons

mɪˈləʊdɪən

Meanings of Melodeons:

noun

A small accordion of german origin, played especially by folk musicians.

Usage examples:

Next thursday, the sultans of squeeze come to town with their collection of melodions, accordions a…

Meanings of Melodia:

noun

In a pipe organ: a stop of the same type as the hohl-flute, having a flute-like tone and closely resembling the clarabella.

Meanings of Melodias:

noun

In a pipe organ: a stop of the same type as the hohl-flute, having a flute-like tone and closely resembling the clarabella.

Meanings of Melodic:

adjective

Relating to or having melody.

Usage examples:

Melodic and rhythmic patterns

Melodica

məˈlɒdɪkə

Meanings of Melodica:

noun

A wind instrument with a small keyboard controlling a row of reeds, and a mouthpiece at one end.

Usage examples:

Well, for one thing, there's a wide variety of acoustic instruments featured here: upright bass, gu…

Meanings of Melodical:

adjective

Tuneful, melodious; based on melody.

Melodically

məˈlɒd.ɪ.kəl.i

Meanings of Melodically:

adverb

In a way that is musical and pleasant to listen to

Usage examples:

His clear phrasing and ability to sing melodically (and in tune) soon found him regular work., clos…

Meanings of Melodics:

noun

Melodic style; the approach to melody of a particular performer, composer, etc.

Melodies

ˈmɛlədi

Meanings of Melodies:

noun

A sequence of single notes that is musically satisfying; a tune.

Usage examples:

He picked out an intricate melody on his guitar

Meanings of Melodion:

noun

A small accordion of german origin, played especially by folk musicians.

Usage examples:

Next thursday, the sultans of squeeze come to town with their collection of melodions, accordions a…

Melodious

məˈləʊ.di.əs

Meanings of Melodious:

adjective

Relating to or characterized by melody.

Usage examples:

The melodious chant of the monks

Melodised

ˈmɛlədʌɪz

Meanings of Melodised:

verb

Play music.

Usage examples:

The moody blues melodize on the 22nd

Meanings of Melodises:

verb

Play music.

Usage examples:

The moody blues melodize on the 22nd

Meanings of Melodising:

verb

Play music.

Usage examples:

The moody blues melodize on the 22nd

Melodists

ˈmɛlədɪst

Meanings of Melodists:

noun

A composer of melodies.

Usage examples:

One of the great ‘instant composers,’ a melodist of the first rank, gray, who died in 1955, was one…

Meanings of Melodium:

noun

Melodeon.

Melodize

ˈmɛlədʌɪz

Meanings of Melodize:

verb

Play music.

Usage examples:

The moody blues melodize on the 22nd

Melodized

ˈmɛlədʌɪz

Meanings of Melodized:

verb

Play music.

Usage examples:

The moody blues melodize on the 22nd

Melodizes

ˈmɛlədʌɪz

Meanings of Melodizes:

verb

Play music.

Usage examples:

The moody blues melodize on the 22nd

Melodizing

ˈmɛlədʌɪz

Meanings of Melodizing:

verb

Play music.

Usage examples:

The moody blues melodize on the 22nd

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