harmonic

Part of speech: adverb

Harmonically.

Part of speech: adjective

Producing or relating to harmony. harmonical.

Part of speech: noun

An attendant or secondary tone.

Part of speech: noun

A note on a stringed instrument, produced by lightly stopping a string.

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Usage examples "harmonic":

  1. But no one can realise how the Organ sounds under a similar system of harmonic treatment unless he has heard it. - "Johann Sebastian Bach", Johann Nikolaus Forkel and Charles Sanford Terry.
  2. The horizontal lines which the breeze makes on still water, and which the sky often assumes at sunset, affect us from the same harmonic cause. - "The Practice and Science Of Drawing", Harold Speed.
  3. You perceive how all these varied groups of men and animals and fruits and flowers and stones unite to form one harmonic whole, whose loud and excellent music is the divinely pure chord of glorification." - "Weird Tales. Vol. I", E. T. A. Hoffmann.