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concinnity

noun con·cin·ni·ty \kən-ˈsi-nə-tē\
plural con·cin·ni·ties

Definition of CONCINNITY

:  harmony or elegance of design especially of literary style in adaptation of parts to a whole or to each other

Examples of CONCINNITY

  1. <a choral work admired for its seamless concinnity of music and dance>

Origin of CONCINNITY

Latin concinnitas, from concinnus skillfully put together
First Known Use: 1531

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