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harmonious (part of speech: adjective)
- It was presumably at this time that he became acquainted with Dr Henry Harington, the musician and author, who had removed to Bath in 1771, where he had founded the Harmonic Society. - "Haydn", J. Cuthbert Hadden.
- A critical analysis of the harmonic structure of our work does not fall within the scope of this treatise. - "Wagner's Tristan und Isolde", George Ainslie Hight.
- The true policy for all friends of Associative movements, is to combine their resources, and give an example of a well- organized Phalanx, in complete and harmonic operation. - "History of American Socialisms", John Humphrey Noyes.