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symphonic

adjective sym·phon·ic \sim-ˈfä-nik\

: of or relating to a symphony or symphony orchestra

Full Definition of SYMPHONIC

2
:  relating to or having the form or character of a symphony <symphonic music>
3
:  suggestive of a symphony especially in form, interweaving of themes, or harmonious arrangement <a symphonic drama>
sym·phon·i·cal·ly \-ni-k(ə-)lē\ adverb

Examples of SYMPHONIC

  1. <the symphonic chorus of frogs in the spring>

First Known Use of SYMPHONIC

1856
SYMPHONICALLY Defined for Kids

symphonic

adjective sym·phon·ic \sim-ˈfä-nik\

Definition of SYMPHONIC for Kids

:  relating to a symphony

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