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(pronounced meh-LIH-fluh-wus)

What a fabulous word. Just say it out loud. Doesn’t it sound like what you would imagine honey sounding like if that lovely golden substance had a sound” That’s a good thing because mellifluous means having a silky, rich flow or being full of something (like honey) that sweetens.

Example: When project meetings became heated, Vivian always took the lead because her mellifluous voice calmed the others down, diffusing any flaring tempers and opening up discussion for compromise between all those in attendance.