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Engli.ID – Word of the Day: Mellifluous

Arti Kata Mellifluous

Mellifluous artinya Merdu. Yaitu mengacu pada suara atau ucapan yang memiliki kualitas yang lembut, indah, dan mempesona seperti alunan musik.

Ini adalah karakteristik yang membuat pendengar terpesona oleh keindahan suaranya.

Ketika suara atau bahasa dianggap merdu, mereka mengalir dengan kelancaran dan membuat pendengar merasa terhanyut oleh keindahan suara tersebut.

Contohnya, suara pelantun lagu opera memiliki nada merdu yang memukau, membuat pendengar terpesona oleh keelokan bunyinya.

Synonyms: Melodic, harmonious, dulcet

Antonyms: Harsh, discordant, cacophonous

Contoh Penggunaan Kata Mellifluous

  • Her mellifluous voice captivated the audience during the musical performance.
  • The poet’s mellifluous words painted vivid images in the minds of the listeners.
  • The river’s mellifluous babbling provided a soothing backdrop to the picnic.
  • The mellifluous tones of the violin evoked a range of emotions in the listeners.
  • The speaker’s mellifluous speech held the audience’s attention throughout the lecture.
  • The singer’s mellifluous melodies resonated with listeners, creating a sense of calm.
  • The wind chimes produced a mellifluous sound that added charm to the garden.
  • The poet’s mellifluous verses flowed gracefully, touching the hearts of readers.
  • Her storytelling was accompanied by a mellifluous cadence that brought the narrative to life.
  • The mellifluous laughter of children echoed through the park on a sunny day.

More on Mellifluous


What does “mellifluous” mean?

  • a) Harsh and discordant
  • b) Smooth and flowing
  • c) Boring and monotonous
  • d) Confusing and complex

Trivia: The term “mellifluous” comes from the Latin words “mel” (honey) and “fluere” (to flow), reflecting the idea of a sweet and flowing sound.


“Words do not express thoughts very well. They always become a little different immediately after they are expressed, a little distorted, a little foolish.” – Hermann Hesse

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