1. (of ice, ice cream, etc) in the process of becoming liquid
⇒ The melting snow was acting as a prism and radiating all the colours of the rainbow., ⇒ The old man was holding a tray of melting ice creams., ⇒ He gave her a plate of warm bread spread with melting butter and honey., ⇒ You can lick the melting chocolate off a biscuit., ⇒ Time travelled as slowly as melting wax.
2. capable of making others feel tender and emotional
⇒ He 's got warm, melting brown eyes., ⇒ Her sister was stunning too, with melting dark eyes and a serene, smiling face that
made people gravitate towards her., ⇒ 'Hey,' he said, with a melting smile, 'Do you think you could introduce me to that
waitress?', ⇒ He smiled that melting smile again., ⇒ 'I'll help,' she said in her soft, melting voice., ⇒ The melting look he gave me would have been more effective if I had not known he was
laughing at me.
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