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  • EN [ ˈhɑːməni]
  • US [ ˈhɑːrməni]

English definition


  • 1. compatibility in opinion and action

  • 2. the structure of music with respect to the composition and progression of chords

  • 3. a harmonious state of things in general and of their properties (as of colors and sounds); congruity of parts with one another and with the whole

  • 4. agreement of opinions

  • 5. an agreeable sound property

Example sentences

  • It operates at all levels, ensuring justice, harmony, and balance.

  • The universe is not required to be in perfect harmony with human ambition.

  • Discussion on the Reason of Perfect Harmony in Ancient Greek Arts.

  • There is said to be a lack of harmony within the government.

  • The minds of the two girls, being toned in harmony, often chimed very sweetly together.

  • This step is in harmony with our policy.

  • And It'seems a trend that people's mental harmony condition deviates from their economic condition.

  • Regional harmony and stability, attractiveness and competitiveness of growing.

  • It bring us into harmony with the Universal Life Force Energy.

  • The couple lives in perfect harmony.

  • The new agreement raised hopes for conditions of prosperity and harmony.

  • In a beautiful picture there is harmony between the different colors.

  • His ideas were no longer in harmony with ours.

  • Colors are in harmony.

  • They worked in perfect harmony.

  • There was perfect harmony between the two brothers.

  • At the wedding party, the bride and the bridegroom expressed that they would live in harmony and mutual respect and grow old together.

  • The harmony of sea and sky makes a beautiful picture.

  • The new agreement raised their hopes for conditions of prosperity and harmony.

  • The violin was out of harmony with the rest of the instruments.

  • the need to be in harmony with our environment

  • The rumpus has made all the optimistic statements about unity and harmony ring a little hollow.

  • Surely there is some way of ordering our busy lives so that we can live in comfort and find spiritual harmony too.

  • There was no love lost between the two men who were supposed to be working in harmony on a mounting crisis.

  • Individualism, and the breakdown of social harmony, had a constructive purpose. But they also carried a price.

  • As they smiled at each other, harmony was restored again.

  • He looked more relaxed, as if some of the harmony from his surroundings had flowed into him.

  • In the 1790s Tom Paine taught plebeian radicals that mankind would live in harmony were it not for the vested interest which princes, diplomats and soldiers had in promoting wars to enrich themselves.

Phrase collocation

  • harmony of the spheres

Synonym discrimination

  • harmony, agreement, concord, unity, accord


Meaning of harmony

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