|Origin:||harmonie, from Latin harmonia, from Greek, 'joint, harmony'|
Related topics: Music
har‧mo‧ny plural harmonies
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notes of music combined together in a pleasant way
a choir singing in perfect harmony
the gorgeous vocal harmonies on 'Mexicali Rose'
when people live or work together without fighting or disagreeing with each other:
I do believe it is possible for different ethnic groups to live together in harmony.
peace and harmony
an era of peace and harmony
to agree with another idea, feeling etc, or look good with other things:
Your suggestions are not in harmony with the aims of this project.
the pleasant effect made by different things that form an attractive whole:
the harmony of sea and sky