Mellifluent



[muh-lif-loo-uh nt] /məˈlɪf lu ənt/

adjective
1.
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adj.

c.1600, from Middle French mellifluent and directly from Late Latin mellifluentem (nominative mellifluens), related to mellifluus (see mellifluous).

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