mellifluences'

mellifluent

[muh-lif-loo-uhnt]
adjective

Origin:
1595–1605; < Late Latin mellifluent- (stem of mellifluēns), equivalent to Latin melli- (stem of mel) honey + fluent- fluent

mellifluence, noun
mellifluently, adverb
unmellifluent, adjective
unmellifluently, adverb
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