Melody synonyms

mĕl'ə-dē

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Of, or having the nature of, melody
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A melodious sound made by a bird, insect, whale or other animal.
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A state of agreement or orderly arrangement according to color, size, shape, etc.
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Reinforcement and prolongation of a sound or musical tone by reflection or by sympathetic vibration of other bodies
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(Grammar) A change in the form of a word that reflects a change in grammatical function.
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The definition of a tune is a song, a melody, having correct musical pitch or being in the correct key.
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(Music) A passage of expression; a tune or an air:
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Having a lyric voice
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The definition of a theme is a topic, a recurring idea or a short melody.
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The highest part sung in part music.
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(Archaic) Sweet to the taste.
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(Countable) a composition that has been orchestrated
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The chorus or burden of a song repeated at the end of each verse or stanza.
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Richly melodious; tuneful:
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In an easy, flowing manner; like a song
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(Music) The patterning of musical sound, as by differences in the timing, duration, or stress of consecutive notes.
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An orchestral concert.
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The degree to which a thing is euphonious.
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Agreeable sound, especially in the phonetic quality of words.
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The sound produced by or as if by a bell or bells.
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(--- Football) A line of scrimmage.
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Noise is defined as a sound, especially a loud one.
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(Music) An inharmonious combination of simultaneously sounded tones; a dissonance.
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Something not in accord; a conflict.
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Music with stronger beats causes brain waves to resonate in such a way that is in sync with the music. This brings about higher levels of alertness and concentration.
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The definition of mellifluous is something musical, melodious or pleasant to hear.
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(Music) A musical piece written typically for a solo voice with orchestral accompaniment in an opera or cantata.
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A brief piece of writing intended to assist the memory; a memorandum; a minute.
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(Music) The simultaneous playing of an identical note more than once.
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Plural form of sound
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The repetition of consonants or of a consonant pattern, especially at the ends of words, as in blank and think or strong and string.
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Pleasant-sounding; agreeable to the ear; possessing or demonstrating euphony.
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Appropriate for or suggestive of singing.
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(Greek Mythology) Of or ascribed to Orpheus:
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Impressive in style of speech:
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Of a single sound; producing the same sound.
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A standard of musical pitch
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The definition of a ditty is a simple song.
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The definition of lay is the position in which something lies.
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Quality, state, or instance of being sonorous; resonance
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A harsh, disagreeable combination of sounds; discord.
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Jarring, discordant sound; dissonance:
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the perception of pleasant arrangements of musical notes
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a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence
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a succession of notes forming a distinctive sequence
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Melodic and song-like.
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Assonance is defined as the act of repeating a vowel sound in a phrase or sentence, often in poetry.
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Agreement; harmony
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Synonym Study

  • Air , in strict application, refers to the principal, or leading, melody of a harmonized composition, but it is sometimes used as an equivalent of tune , which is the popular term for any easily remembered melody that identifies a song, dance, etc.
  • Melody refers to a rhythmic arrangement of tones in sequence expressing a musical idea
Find another word for melody. In this page you can discover 63 synonyms, antonyms, idiomatic expressions, and related words for melody, like: melodic, song, harmony, resonance, inflection, tune, strain, lyric, theme, descant and melodious.