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synonyms for concinnity

  • arrangement
  • chord
  • composition
  • melody
  • tune
  • unity
  • blend
  • blending
  • chime
  • chorus
  • concert
  • concurrence
  • consonance
  • diapason
  • euphony
  • harmonics
  • melodiousness
  • overtone
  • piece
  • polyphony
  • richness
  • symphony
  • triad
  • tunefulness
  • unison
  • attunement
  • concentus
  • mellifluousness
  • organum
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antonyms for concinnity

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  • disagreement
  • discord
  • disharmony
  • cacophony
  • clash
  • disproportion
  • fighting
  • imbalance
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How to use concinnity in a sentence

Our text seems finer and deeper, and to put the thought with more concinnity.
THE COMPLETE WORKS OF RICHARD CRASHAW, VOLUME I (OF 2)RICHARD CRASHAW
The tendency of his genius had never been, and at the end was less than ever, in the direction of concinnity.
THE LONDON MERCURY, VOL. I, NOS. 1-6, NOVEMBER 1919 TO APRIL 1920VARIOUS
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WORDS RELATED TO CONCINNITY

  • arrangement
  • attunement
  • blend
  • blending
  • chime
  • chord
  • chorus
  • composition
  • concentus
  • concert
  • concinnity
  • concurrence
  • consonance
  • diapason
  • euphony
  • harmonics
  • mellifluousness
  • melodiousness
  • melody
  • organum
  • overtone
  • piece
  • polyphony
  • richness
  • symphony
  • triad
  • tune
  • tunefulness
  • unison
  • unity
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