euphonic[ yoo-fon-ik ]SEE DEFINITION OF euphonic
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR EUPHONIC
The application of euphonic rules was more or less arbitrary.
Containing the Latin amnis, river, or only a euphonic form of Clitunnus?
There is a euphonic law for every language; all idioms must have an accent.
This root is most readily found in the 1st Fut., subject only to euphonic changes.
Some euphonic changes occur in making these additions, which then take the regular declensional endings.
There are auxiliary verbs, and no small amount of euphonic changes; of which one, more especially, deserves notice.
And although Gizzard felt that the euphonic effect of Tobin & Cane would have been an improvement, he acquiesced.
The Irish Gaelic, above most other languages, illustrates a euphonic principle that modifies the vowels of a word.
The euphonic reason for the -s, in must, is sufficient to show that it is in a different predicament from durst.
Each nation considers its own language, each tribe its own dialect, euphonic.