Definitions

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  • n. Someone who harmonizes, or brings harmony.
  • n. An electronic pitch shift effect where the shifted version is played alongside the original in harmony.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. One who harmonizes.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. One who harmonizes; a harmonist. Also spelled harmoniser.

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a mediator who brings one thing into harmonious agreement with another
  • n. a musician who sings or plays in harmony

Etymologies

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harmonize +‎ -er

Examples

  • MAX MAYFIELD, DIRECTOR, NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER: The harmonizer, which is connected to the nerve endings coming from the brain to -- I don't understand what he's talking about here.

    CNN Transcript Nov 25, 2004

  • MAX MAYFIELD, NATIONAL HURRICANE CENTER: The harmonizer which is connected to the nerve endings coming from the brain to -- I don't understand what he's talking about here.

    CNN Transcript Oct 4, 2005

  • He is less an evangelist than a biographer of Jesus, a "harmonizer," a corrector after the manner of Marcion and

    The Life of Jesus

  • Bussa says Muamba has ceased to be the umpire and harmonizer of viewpoints and must resign.

    DRC Opposition Ousts Leader Ahead of Elections

  • Of course the video was pure agitprop, attempting to position Obama as this racial harmonizer even though he sat in the pews of a church whose pastor was a racial divider.

    OBAMA ZOMBIES

  • So the harmonizer gives the trumpet another pitch.

    Trumpeter Jon Hassell's 'Fourth World' Music

  • He's got great flow, and a song that samples "Hail to the Chief" "Paragraph President": "As a politician he considers himself a national harmonizer"

    "Let's listen to Crack Emcee's playlist and then come back and discuss."

  • Also, please keep in mind that in order to conceal my identity I'm speaking through a harmonizer--in reality my voice sounds exactly like Keith David's.

    Keeping it Reeled In: Hope or Delusion?

  • (EMMYLOU HARRIS) In a 30-year career filled with countless albums and collaborations, country-rock harmonizer Harris has written only two of her own albums.

    (Emmylou Harris)

  • Benne and Sheats (1948) proposed that group members who exert leadership play three types of functional roles: (1) group-task roles, such as initiator, gatekeeper, and summarizer; (2) group-building and group-maintenance roles, such as harmonizer, supporter, and tension reducer; and (3) individual roles, such as blocker, pleader, and monopolizer.

    The Bass Handbook of Leadership

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