Definition of euphonious in English:

euphonious

Line breaks: eu|pho¦ni|ous
Pronunciation: /juːˈfəʊnɪəs
 
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adjective

(Of sound, especially speech) pleasing to the ear: a stream of fine, euphonious phrases
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  • To the scientific mind, a euphonious musical piece that calms the mind and soul is as aesthetically beautiful as a complex mathematical formula.
  • There's also a call for ‘bright rights,’ a euphonious phrase if ever there was one.
  • It was euphonious and easy to sing and to our young ears sounded good.
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euphoniously

adverb
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  • The long-flowing lines smile euphoniously, without generating harsh inner tensions, and evoking a serenity appropriate to G major's blessedness.
  • The Hoopoe is euphoniously named for its call.
  • Snarled hanks of colored line nest devotedly against one another and suspend euphoniously from a planar filigree of black over white.

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