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  • adv. in a euphonious manner

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • With euphony; harmoniously.


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  • Prince Hohenlohe, as he was less euphoniously known, had long tried the patience of his church superiors, who disapproved of his bent for exorcism and flamboyant public cures.

    A Mixed Blessing

  • The audience's surrogate -- in order words, the hero with stupidly romantic ideas about how life should be and little sense of self-preservation -- is the euphoniously named Jacob Jankowski, played by the woefully untalented Robert Pattinson.

    Marshall Fine: HuffPost Review: Water for Elephants

  • The Second sounds euphoniously high - spirited to our ears, but in 1803, at the time of its premiere, it gave listeners some serious jolts.

    'The Ninth'

  • No one must be different from himself in voice, clothes, manners, recreations, choice of food: Here is someone who speaks English rather more clearly and euphoniously than I — it must be a vile, upstage, la-di-da affectation.

    Screwtape on Democracy | Diane Duane's weblog: "Out of Ambit"

  • These data were analyzed using a new method, euphoniously labeled the serological testing algorithm for recent HIV seroconversion (STARHS).

    Harold Pollack: News About This HIV Thing, When We're Done Discussing the Governor's Cool Eyeglasses

  • I of course think that education should return to being education, which is to say a classical education, by means of which one learns to master language and thought, so that one knows how to find information, how to evaluate it, how to draw inferences therefrom, and how to organize and express clearly, simply and euphoniously one's thoughts concerning same.

    So you thought ...

  • Adding to the theatrics of the show, when the euphoniously named model Coco Rocha first appeared on the runway, she was in full mermaid tail and walking on two coral crutches!

    Fish Tales

  • Our birthplace is the only country in the West that I know of that cannot be easily and euphoniously turned into a uniquely descriptive title for its people.

    Election Day Draws to a Close....

  • I love that the wind blew strong and cold today, that the leaves on the ground crunch euphoniously under my feet, that fall is actually here.

    scorpi07 Diary Entry

  • The spiritual achievements thus euphoniously denominated “appear”, says Mr. Howitt, “to have been of a very disorderly kind”.

    Contributions to All the Year Round


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