symphonious

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adjective sym·pho·ni·ous \ sim-ˈfō-nē-əs \

Definition of symphonious

:agreeing especially in sound :harmonious

symphoniously

adverb

Examples of symphonious in a Sentence

  1. the composer is known for his symphonious orchestrations of instruments from diverse musical traditions

First Known Use of symphonious

1652



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