Thesaurus / euphony
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Here even standard English has had to make concessions to euphony.

The American LanguageHenry L. Mencken

It would seem that the poet must have had some motive of euphony for the change he made.

I have been guided chiefly by euphony, and the sensation of 'will' as softer and gentler than 'shall.'

Lafcadio HearnNina H. Kennard

I cannot account for the particular case of this Christian name on any other ground than that simply of euphony.

Surnames as a ScienceRobert Ferguson

In some instances these endings are changed for the 645 sake of euphony, certain letters being elided.

Sammy Simpson I approve, if only for the euphony of his name.

Mavis of Green HillFaith Baldwin

Some sort of contraction, therefore, is demanded for the sake of euphony.

Euphony—agreeable tone combinations; the opposite of cacophony.

We were to acquire the Italian euphony by this presumed melody for our harsh terminations.

Lives there a soul so dead to euphony as not to recognize the music in those three letters?

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