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- n. The characteristic of being harmonious.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The character or condition of being harmonious.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. the property of sounding harmonious
- n. compatibility in opinion and action
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Tencent's site quoted Mr. Zhou as saying that Internet companies "must strengthen industry self-discipline" and play a more proactive role in "upholding harmoniousness and stability."
And one of the chief reasons for this, regardless of the cosmic harmoniousness of the music played, is that music has always been the most collaborative of the arts.
Despite their harmoniousness with our bodies, however, many people have questioned whether they are the most sensible base for counting.
They cling to new beliefs of equity earned and shared in harmoniousness of friendship, breaking ground where their upbringing would sunder fragile and rare scaffolding.
Well, what can I say: they invented English, so what they lack in harmoniousness, they make up for in pure accuracy, despite the fact that no one is really sure that 'digestive biscuits' actually assist anyone's digestion.
It's sure not the black underclass he's talking about - just go on down to a majority-black underclass neighborhood some evening and see how much harmoniousness you experience.
Rousseau explodes the simplistic harmoniousness between nature and society that seems to be the American premise.
When he spoke, his baritone had a harmoniousness of its own.
All that remained of the terrible winds of the week before were soft, gusting breezes that bent the tops of the cryptomeria and set up a fibrous rustling whose confluence with the natural buzz of the insects brought about a harmoniousness for which this park was noted.
They gave her no sense that they were pleased or displeased with temper, shyness, intelligence, or harmoniousness.