What is another word for melodiousness?

Pronunciation: [mɛlˈə͡ʊdɪəsnəs] (IPA)

Melodiousness, which refers to the quality of being pleasant to the ears, can be conveyed through various synonyms. The term "tunefulness" suggests having a harmonious and musical quality, while "sweetness" connotes a soft and pleasing sound. "Lyricality" implies the expressiveness and flow of words or music. "Euphony" refers to a combination of pleasant sounds and a sense of rhythm. "Harmony" suggests a pleasing arrangement of notes or sounds, while "melodic" conveys a tuneful and lyrical quality. Each of these synonyms provides a different nuance to the concept of melodiousness, highlighting the various aspects of beauty in sound.

What are the hypernyms for Melodiousness?

A hypernym is a word with a broad meaning that encompasses more specific words called hyponyms.

What are the hyponyms for Melodiousness?

Hyponyms are more specific words categorized under a broader term, known as a hypernym.

What are the opposite words for melodiousness?

Melodiousness is a term that refers to the quality of being sweet-sounding or pleasing to the ear. Its antonyms are words that describe qualities opposite to it. Some antonyms for melodiousness are harshness, discordance, dissonance, cacophony, noise, and racket. These terms represent noise, notes that clash with one another or produce an unpleasant sound. When a sound lacks melodiousness, it can be grating, irritating and headache inducing. In contrast to melodiousness, these antonyms are not easy on the ear, and they may produce an unpleasant or irritating effect on the listener.

What are the antonyms for Melodiousness?

Usage examples for Melodiousness

The former was gifted with the greatest affluence of pure melodiousness ever given to a composer.
"The Great German Composers"
George T. Ferris
He felt more than he said, and he immediately set himself loyally to work to enumerate all the points in which Miss Helen Minorkey was superior to Isa, and said that, after all, gracefulness of form and elasticity of motion and melodiousness of voice were only lower gifts, possessed in a degree by birds and animals, and he blamed himself for feeling them at all, and felt thankful that Helen Minorkey had those higher qualities which would up-lift-he had read some German, and compounded his words-up-lift a man to a higher level.
"The Mystery of Metropolisville"
Edward Eggleston
Voices of people boating on the river floated up too, softened to melodiousness.
"The Princess Priscilla's Fortnight"
Elizabeth von Arnim

Related words: musicality, melodic, sweet-sounding, aural, tuneful

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