Synonym: blending, compatible, congenial, in tune, musical. Similar words: harmony, onion, hormone, charm, enormous, monitor, noxious, dubious. Meaning: [hɑr'məʊnɪəs /hɑː'm-] adj. 1. musically pleasing 2. exhibiting equivalence or correspondence among constituents of an entity or between different entities 3. suitable and fitting 4. existing together in harmony.
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1, A warm and harmonious song has accompanied us for three years.
2, I wish you to tie the knot, a harmonious union lasting a hundred years! A happy newlywed, sweet sweet honey!
3, Their harmonious relationship resulted in part from their similar goals.
4, They can build a more harmonious society once inequality and exploitation are removed.
5, The decor is a harmonious blend of traditional and modern.
6, Minton's view of landscape is simpler and more harmonious.
7, Three factors stand out in explaining this harmonious relationship.
8, The palate is clean, with harmonious fruit and acidity.
9, This change also allowed a more harmonious treatment to be adopted for the roof of this outshot.
10, Its movements are harmonious, perfectly balanced and symmetrical in design.
11, A harmonious relationship exists between the human body and the instrument, for the one can not operate without the other.
12, That flexibility itself is generally associated with more harmonious households and less anxious child-rearing.
13, He presented the earth as an essentially static, harmonious system that was being torn apart by human greed.
14, There is a certain irony in the Democrats' harmonious return to Chicago this week.
15, Receiving a Harmonious Edit Imagine listening to a symphony orchestra playing Beethoven.
16, I'm delighted to receive the announcement of your marriage and now send you and your Frank my sincere congratulations and best wishes for a happy and harmonious life together.
17, If they would simply go home, all under the Heavens would be harmonious once more.
18, The government is understandably reluctant to do anything which might spoil the harmonious relations between the country's ethnic groups.
19, Heart to heart chats conduce to the establishment of harmonious atmosphere among fellow workers.
20, Trehub, in Toronto, found that 6-to 9-month-old babies could tell whether a musical sequence was discordant or harmonious.
21, Pyracanthas have three seasons of interest but here they are augmented by a climbing rose in a suitably harmonious shade.
22, Healing is accomplished by the restoration of an even, harmonious flow of bioenergy in the patient's body.
23, They spent up or held on to their feelings in harmonious ways.
24, But he was dead wrong in predicting that such harmonious relations would ever be.
25, Would the brain and the recipient body establish a harmonious relationship?
26, If both you and the other person can find something to laugh about together it paves the way for a harmonious transaction.
27, Although the relationship is by no means an egalitarian one,[http://sentencedict.com/harmonious.html] it has become more harmonious and more easy-going.
28, Ozenfant sought to discover consistent elements of form in nature: concordances, laws, a universal and harmonious language of art.
29, Arrange your pressed flower design on the piece of card, trying to keep the colours as harmonious as possible.
30, As with cathedral buildings, time was entrusted with the task of seasoning and moulding the diverse parts into a harmonious whole.
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