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“But Obama will make a melifluous, eloguent, dishonest speech about how great the reform will be, even without a robust, well-funded public option available to all.”
“And his voice makes Truman Capote's sound melifluous.”
“Obama's strategy now is, IMHO, to mollify the middle, melifluous don't you think.”
“: The best sports in all show business, George Takei, is in the studio as announcer with is most melifluous voice and with the revelation that he lost his virginity at Boy Scout camp.”
“Or, am Ilets have some brackets, just talking, a load of old, embunctorial and melifluous grammar!”
“As those melifluous sentences dropped from the lip, and the speaker passed from point to point of his address, it was highly interesting to note the reception of those advanced ideas by the cultured, critical assemblage, constituting one of our finest metropolitan audiences.”
“As the one has often rung with the melifluous tones of Tully, the copious and sparkling diction of Hortensius; so the other has echoed "sentiments as they flowed from the lips of youthful and fervid eloquence" that would have done no discredit even to the great Cicero himself.”
“So what we need is even more exposure to his melifluous voice and vague platitudes.”
“It's possible that dem strategists simply can't believe that there could have been such a massive shift in so little time, and that Barry the Rock Star with the melifluous voice can still be counted on to turn em out.”
“Cheers to the triumphant return of the Guardian's Football Weekly podcast, and the melifluous cyncism of Barry Glendenning.”
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