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That was her idea, I assure you,—my own depravity could suggest nothing more euphonious than Canajoharie.
A HOOSIER CHRONICLEMEREDITH NICHOLSON
But they are grand men, and their names are quite as euphonious as some English ones we could pick out.
MARY AND ISTEPHEN RETURN RIGGS
There were sedgy plants in bloom, jack-in-the-pulpit, and what might have been a lily, with a more euphonious name.
A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD SALEMAMANDA MINNIE DOUGLAS
The latter example might have been called a Collar of 8, 8, were it not that that name is less euphonious than SS.
NOTES AND QUERIES, NUMBER 54, NOVEMBER 9, 1850VARIOUS
These native names are generally much more significant, and euphonious than the Saxon, Gaelic, or Celtic.
OFFICIAL REPORT OF THE NIGER VALLEY EXPLORING PARTY MARTIN ROBINSON DELANY
Harmony is attained by the choice of euphonious words, and by their arrangement in an agreeable or rhythmical order.
ELEMENTARY GUIDE TO LITERARY CRITICISMF. V. N. PAINTER
But "natural causes" is the euphonious name given by intelligent juries to starvation, when inquests are held in the underworld.
LONDON'S UNDERWORLDTHOMAS HOLMES
In the Slavic language the word for war is strangely euphonious—Voyna.
AGAINST THE CURRENTEDWARD A. STEINER
The clearing was dignified with the euphonious name of Santrabari.
LIFE IN AN INDIAN OUTPOSTGORDON CASSERLY
Is the euphonious name of an interesting little sheet of water not far from the village on the Boulevard to Saratoga Lake.
SARATOGA AND HOW TO SEE ITR. F. DEARBORN

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