harmony (part of speech: noun)
- I found that the said author was Mr. Inglis's near relative, Mr. Gall,- so my new publisher and I were immediately en rapport. - "My Life as an Author", Martin Farquhar Tupper.
- Unessential to my system, says Mr. Lang, is the question how the groups got animal names, as long as they got them, and did not remember how they got them, and as long as the names according to their way of thinking indicated an essential and mystic rapport between each group and its name- giving animal. - "Folklore as an Historical Science", George Laurence Gomme.
- He urges that a Norwegian culture and literature can not be created out of nothing and to promote their development it is absolutely necessary to continue the associations which have hitherto been common to both Norway and Denmark, and thus to keep in rapport with the general literature of Europe. - "Norwegian Life", Ethlyn T. Clough.