harmonize[ hahr-muh-nahyz ]SEE DEFINITION OF harmonize
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HARMONIZE
It will harmonize and felicitate to whatever extent it is diffused.
If we attempted to harmonize or to combine them, we should make out of them, not a system, but the caricature of a system.
It is difficult to harmonize all these conflicting elements.
There was little in the city we now lived in to harmonize with "romance."
Nor could Maimon harmonize these new doctrines with his Maimonides or his Aristotle.
Its action will harmonize with such stimulants as are necessary to take.
The effect of these stretches is to harmonize the vital forces.
Politics is thus made to harmonize and be at one with progress.
The octagonal story does not harmonize with the lower portion.
Billy's flute and the melodeon did not harmonize as the melodeon had only three notes left in it.