Definition of harmony
- She taught him how to sing harmony.
- a song with complicated harmonies and rhythms
- a painting exhibiting harmony of color and line
- a period of relative harmony
a song with complicated harmonies and rhythms
her face had an angelic harmony that fascinated the leading painters of her day
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: the combination of different musical notes played or sung at the same time to produce a pleasing sound
: a pleasing combination or arrangement of different things
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