Musical synonyms

myo͝o'zĭ-kəl
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The definition of harmonious is things that go well together, or people and things that get along well.
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To one's liking; pleasing:
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Of, like, or for a symphony or symphony orchestra
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Having a pleasant melody or sound; tuneful.
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Soothing or pleasant to hear; sweet-sounding; melodious
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Having a pleasant sound.
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Pleasing or agreeable to the ear.
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Of or pertaining to Greek lyric verse
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Suitable for singing, as to the accompaniment of a lyre; songlike; specif., designating poetry or a poem mainly expressing the poet's emotions and feelings: sonnets, elegies, odes, hymns, etc. are lyric poems
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Soft and pleasant; not harsh:
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(Music) Of, relating to, or performed by singing:
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Performed or written for performance by a chorus.
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Resembling silver in color, shiny white.
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Richly melodious; tuneful:
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Characterized by assonance; having successive similar vowel sounds.
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Of a single sound; producing the same sound.
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Being in unison; unisonant.
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Having the same pronunciation.
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Harmonious in tone
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Giving pleasure; pleasant; agreeable; gratifying
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Having a natural ability or aptitude; talented
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Endowed with one or more talents.
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Having aptitude for music
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A program of music performed at a party or social gathering.
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An event, often informal, where people sing together for the pleasure of it.
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A comedic play or movie in which dialogue is interspersed with songs, especially one with a focus on musical numbers and a simple plot.
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Singing and dancing, esp. in vaudeville
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A variety show performed by white people in blackface.
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A musical composition for voices and orchestra, telling a usually sacred story without costumes, scenery, or dramatic action.
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A variety adult entertainment show, usually including titillation such as striptease, most common from the 1880s to the 1930s.
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Having no pleasing tune; not tuneful.
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Disagreeable in sound; harsh or dissonant.
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The definition of artistic is something considered to be aesthetically satisfying that is creative or that requires a special art or craft skill.
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A building designed for the performance of such works; an opera house.
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A formal exhibition or presentation before an audience, as a play, musical program, etc.; show
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(Uncountable) Mere display or pomp with no substance.
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Of, related to, or typical of opera.
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Melodious; tuneful.
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Being in a state of accord; harmonious.
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Of or relating to tones or tonality.
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Producing musical sounds.
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Harsh and rasping
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Not harmonious; discordant, in conflict, etc.
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Sounding harsh to the ear; dissonant.
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The definition of cacophonus is having a harsh or annoying sound.
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Harsh and inharmonious in sound; discordant.
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Pleasant to hear; harmonious; melodious
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Of, or having the nature of, melody
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Of or having to do with euphony
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Well executed.
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Characterized by harmony of sound
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a play or film whose action and dialogue is interspersed with singing and dancing
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Not melodious.
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Severe, cruel, or exacting:
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