harmony

[ hahr-muh-nee ]SEE DEFINITION OF harmony

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HARMONY

The very spirit of harmony is embodied in the proportions of the Parthenon.

The strong are strong because of harmony with God, at least to some extent.

All ferocity must be misinterpretation of the divine law of harmony and mutual help.

I had to get mentally into harmony with the people and conditions I found about me.

But for the sake of peace and harmony he was willing to decorate all round.

(17:187) We should rather say that sedition ceased than that harmony was re-established.

Yet in what else lies the secret of the harmony achieved by successful wives?

She was not in harmony with the old man, and would do nothing to defeat my plan.

But according to his own account he was not in harmony with them.

An instrument in harmony with the sentiments of an assassin.

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