euphonious

Part of speech: adjective

Characterized by euphony; well - sounding, as a word.

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Usage examples "euphonious":

  1. In 1723, he accompanied his pupils to London, and changed his name to Mallett, as more euphonious. - "Specimens with Memoirs of the Less-known British Poets, Vol. 3", George Gilfillan.
  2. But, magnificent and euphonious as an earldom is, the children of an earl are the half- castes of the peerage. - "Collections and Recollections", George William Erskine Russell.
  3. Jimmie Dale, as Larry the Bat- a euphonious " monaker" bestowed possibly because this particular world knew him only by night- began a search for the Runt. - "The Adventures of Jimmie Dale", Frank L. Packard.