harmony / ˈhɑr mə ni /


harmony 的定义

n. 名词 noun

plural har·mo·nies.

  1. agreement; accord; harmonious relations.
  2. a consistent, orderly, or pleasing arrangement of parts; congruity.
  3. Music. any simultaneous combination of tones.the simultaneous combination of tones, especially when blended into chords pleasing to the ear; chordal structure, as distinguished from melody and rhythm.the science of the structure, relations, and practical combination of chords.
  4. an arrangement of the contents of the Gospels, either of all four or of the first three, designed to show their parallelism, mutual relations, and differences.

harmony 近义词

n. 名词 noun

social agreement

n. 名词 noun

correspondence, balance

n. 名词 noun

musical accordance


  1. The official talk is of art and nature in harmony, but in truth, both the art and the landscaping are trying to outmuscle nature, rework it, master it.
  2. Ruffin is seeking that harmony of humor in truth-telling amid despair, but it's not always easy.
  3. That leaves this decision to the second husbands and wives — with the warning that, if they value family harmony, they will not adopt titles they have not earned.
  4. We’ve seen parts of the world where neighbors have lived with each other in harmony, but there is always the danger that this will break down.
  5. Our experiments showed that Americans found people who conform to protect others’ feelings or to maintain group harmony to be warmer, more competent, and more authentic.
  6. I had to play melody while simultaneously playing harmony with him.
  7. As a young baby, her mother would sing her lullabies and “get totally freaked out” when she started singing them back in harmony.
  8. Low-mass black holes “sing” in harmony with themselves, though with flashes of light instead of sound.
  9. Soon cover versions were recorded by acts like Bone Thugs-N-Harmony, Dope, and Rage Against the Machine.
  10. He wanted peace and harmony, and in this respect he was just another Roman ruler interested in imperial unity.
  11. They are so rich in harmony, so weird, so wild, that when you hear them you are like a sea-weed cast upon the bosom of the ocean.
  12. Much later, in the case of all but gifted children, do the mysteries of harmony begin to take on definite form and meaning.
  13. There was acute disharmony in the room, where a little time before there had been at least an outward show of harmony.
  14. The little glimpse of domestic harmony which had been offered her, gave her no regret, no longing.
  15. In harmony with a fundamental rule of law, a member who has once been acquitted cannot be tried again for the same offense.