euphony

Part of speech: noun

Agreeableness of sound.

Part of speech: noun

Well - sounding combination of words.

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Usage examples "euphony":

  1. Chopin is slightly effeminate in his variations, and they are true specimens of spielerei, despite the cleverness of design in the arabesques, their brilliancy and euphony. - "Chopin: The Man and His Music", James Huneker.
  2. It was chosen for euphony only, and had no significance whatever. - "Famous Prima Donnas", Lewis Clinton Strang.
  3. I have assumed it, therefore, as a title, as much from its antiquity as for its euphony. - "Kathay: A Cruise in the China Seas", W. Hastings Macaulay.