And Costas is, after all, a guy who is famous for his mellifluous commentary on balls and strikes, touchdowns and field goals.
In or out of uniform his motion is languid, his voice relaxed and mellifluous, his movements deliberate, confident.
"Yes," she said, breathing forth the syllable like the most mellifluous note that Tulou's flute had ever sighed.
“Good morning,” the other replied in a soft and mellifluous voice.
Pike returned mellifluous thanks, while I looked at Walker and smiled.
It is indescribable how soft and mellifluous his voice had now become.
His two aids had disappeared under the counter, asleep deeply, if their mellifluous nasal breathing afforded a sure indication.
Only the map of Australia, with its mellifluous Maori names, can match it.
In phrase, it is mellifluous; in idea, impressively philosophical.
David's face had become a mask of fury, but his voice was mellifluous.
early 15c., "sweet, pleasing" (of an odor, a style of speaking or writing, etc.), from Late Latin mellifluus "flowing with (or as if with) honey," from Latin mel (genitive mellis) "honey" (related to Greek meli "honey;" see Melissa) + -fluus "flowing," from fluere "to flow" (see fluent). Related: Melifluously; melifluousness.