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euphony definition

  • noun:
    • Agreeable sound, particularly in the phonetic quality of terms.
    • A pronunciation of letters and syllables which can be pleasing into the ear.
    • great phonetic top-notch particular words.
    • an enjoyable or nice noise; an easy, smooth enunciation of sounds; a pronunciation of letters and syllables which will be pleasing on ear.
    • Easy enunciation of sounds; a pronunciation which can be pleasing toward good sense; pleasant utterance.
    • Harmonious arrangement of noises in structure; a smooth and agreeable mix of articulate elements in just about any write-up.
    • Synonyms Euphony, Melody, Harmony, Rhythm. Euphony in style areas this is the question of pleasing noises in the words themselves. Melody respects the succession of sounds, specifically as affected by the pitch appropriate into the thought and required because of the arrangement of clauses. Harmony respects the version of sound to good sense. Rhythm respects the emphasis—that is, the succession of emphatic and unemphatic syllables. In songs melody respects the pleasant mixture of successive noises of varied pitch, while equilibrium respects the agreeable blending of simultaneous noises of various pitch, the noises in any case being from sounds or musical devices; therefore, a song for the kids to sing must count because of its effect upon melody instead of equilibrium.
    • any agreeable (pleasing and harmonious) appears
    • Agreeable sound, particularly in the phonetic top-notch words.
    • A pronunciation of letters and syllables which can be pleasing on ear.
    • Good phonetic quality of particular words.
    • A pleasing or nice noise; an easy, smooth enunciation of sounds; a pronunciation of letters and syllables that will be pleasing towards ear.
    • Simple enunciation of sounds; a pronunciation that is pleasing towards good sense; acceptable utterance.
    • Harmonious arrangement of sounds in composition; a smooth and agreeable mixture of articulate elements in virtually any write-up.
    • Synonyms Euphony, Melody, Harmony, Rhythm. Euphony in style respects basically the question of pleasing noises in the words by themselves. Melody respects the succession of noises, specially as affected by the pitch appropriate into idea and required because of the arrangement of conditions. Harmony respects the adaptation of sound to good sense. Rhythm respects the emphasis—that is, the succession of emphatic and unemphatic syllables. In music melody respects the pleasant mixture of successive sounds of numerous pitch, while equilibrium respects the pleasant blending of simultaneous sounds various pitch, the sounds in either case being from voices or musical tools; therefore, a song for children to sing must hinge because of its result upon melody in place of balance.
    • any pleasant (pleasing and unified) seems
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