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Synonyms for dulcet

Synonyms for dulcet

resembling or having the effect of music, especially pleasing music

Synonyms for dulcet

extremely pleasant in a gentle way

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pleasing to the ear

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THE quietly modulated and subtly orchestrated tone and manner of Foreign Secretary William Hague's presentation of the government's stance and views on the perilous situation in Iran fail to disguise the blatant motives lurking beneath the smooth facade and dulcet delivery, namely the desire, if not yet the case or means, for subjecting another oil rich country to regime change acceptable and favourable to Western interests.
These young couples were ready to glide across the dance floor to the dulcet tones of the orchestra.
Following the successful launch of Soy Vay marinades, sauces and dressings, Garlic Valley farms Cold Pressed and Roasted Garlic Juices and Dulcet Cuisine's award-winning marinades, mustards, rubs and spices, the Amazing Food Company is delighted to announce the arrival in the UK of Dulcet Cuisine's new and delicious range of exotic ketchups, Peppery Moroccan Ketchup, Mild Curry Ketchup and Orange Chili Ketchup.
Shake the phone five times with the app open and the phone will produce the dulcet tones of the Razorback fight song.
The room features soft green lighting, artificial blue skies, the scent of lavender in the breeze and the dulcet tones of a low frequency lullaby capable of soothing the most savage of beasts.
Marilyn Clark's ears pricked up when she heard the dulcet tones of a Birmingham accent in Chicago this week.
New upscale reserve reds from Beaulieu Vineyard (BV) are two proprietary 2003s, the Dulcet ($40), a blend of cabernet sauvignon and syrah, and Tapestry ($50), a blend of cabernet sauvignon, petit verdot, merlot and cabernet franc.
Continental biscuit brand Bahlsen is counting on the dulcet tones of chat show heavyweight Michael Parkinson to boost sales.
His dulcet tone belies the stunning action that ultimately uncovers traitors within the royal family itself.
That's essentially because the band's bedrock remains unchanged: Warren Ellis' violin strings are still plugged directly into his heart, Jim White continues to be a delightfully melodious drummer, and Mick Turner's guitar can still shimmer like gossamer wings or map out emotional space with muted but dulcet notes.
It makes sense that 7L would produce stylish notebook-diaries made of red-leather-bound Monadnock Dulcet Smooth paper, as well as lavish celebrations of Slimane, Lou Reed, Odile Gilbert, and V magazine.
Newsround legend John Craven, BBC TV presenter Nick Owen and Radio WM motormouth Ed Doolan have lent their dulcet tones to tell visitors to the Brum shopping centre which floor they're on.
And I warmed to her so much more than I ever did when, in dulcet tones, she was teaching me how to boil an egg.
But instead, in your most professional, dulcet tones, you do say something like, "Though it will be difficult to prepare that report quickly because of end-of-the-month obligations, I will try to rearrange the workload and see if we can't accommodate you as quickly as possible.