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harmony

har·mo·ny

harmony

 
 
pronunciation:
har m ni
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part of speech: noun
inflections: harmonies
definition 1: a state of agreement or accord; unity.
The two tribes had fought with each other in the past but now were living in harmony.Harmony has finally returned to the factory now that the strike is over and agreements have been reached.Not eating meat helped her feel that she was living in harmony with nature.You seem to think we disagree on everything, but, in fact, many of our opinions are in complete harmony.
synonyms:
accord, agreement, concord, unity
antonyms:
conflict, disagreement, discord, disharmony, dissension, dissonance, friction
similar words:
concordance, concurrence, congruity, consensus, correspondence, tune, union
definition 2: a pleasing or orderly relation among the parts of something.
There was a certain harmony to the way she had arranged all the furnishings in the room.
synonyms:
proportion
antonyms:
disagreement, dissonance
similar words:
balance, symmetry, unity
definition 3: in music, the simultaneous production of notes causing a blending of sounds that is pleasant to the ear.
The choir sang the Christmas carols with beautiful harmony.
antonyms:
cacophony, discord, disharmony, dissonance, inharmony
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