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mellifluous
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Nicholas Nickleby
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  • ’I do know,’ said the old gentleman, laying his finger on his nose, with an air of familiarity, most reprehensible, ’that this is a sacred and enchanted spot, where the most divine charms’—here he kissed his hand and bowed again—’waft mellifluousness over the neighbours’ gardens, and force the fruit and vegetables into premature existence.

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  • said in a mellifluous baritone voice
  • A mellifluous female voice on the loudspeaker announced the arrival of a southbound train at gate B. "That’s B as in Bubba," the voice said, which Denny found slightly odd.
    Anne Tayler  --  A Spool of Blue Thread

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