from The Century Dictionary.

  • In music, to provide (a melody or theme or passage) with a new harmony; rearrange harmonically.
  • To bring back into harmony or agreement.

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  • verb To harmonize again, or in a new way

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  • verb provide with a different harmony


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re- +‎ harmonize


  • Thus our heroine, though possessed of more philosophy than usually falls to the share of a young beauty, could not sometimes prevent the intrusion of uneasy reflections: upon these occasions her harpsichord was her general resource, and a lesson from some favourite composer would, at any time, reharmonize her mind.

    Caroline; or, the Diversities of Fortune

  • Songtrix can link tracks and automatically reharmonize them to accommodate the selection of a different chord or scale.


  • G has been acting strange, i think that our energies are misaligned as of late and it seems that we want opposite things at opposite times. i figure it's just because of all the recent happenings and it will reharmonize when things become a bit more stable. last weekend we went down to san diego to visit a couple we've been "courting" for a while. we had dinner and drinks and returned to their place for more drinks and some conversation. they're really cool, sadly nothing really came of it. we had to leave simply because G had to go to work the next day. unfortunately, they are moving to texas tomorrow and we probably won't be seeing much of them anymore.

    ...\"When it rains, it pours\"...

  • Some take weekends off to sit by a river, or in the wilderness via camping or by the beach to "reharmonize 'their vibrations.



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