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  • Each of us today has her own part to play in creating a harmonious world.
  • It is only possible if there will be harmonious development of the child.
  • They would sound very different when heard separately, yet harmonious when heard together.
  • This has been taken as evidence of a third, yet harmonious tradition.
  • He understood the importance of the role of women in a harmonious society.
  • It promoted and helped maintain harmonious relations between such widely different people who had been previous enemies.
  • Although it was a very harmonious marriage, the couple had no children.
  • The two things, when put into contact with each other, will indicate harmonious properties.
  • Yet the two gods were often treated as part of a harmonious whole.
  • The band's sound is harmonious and piano-based with elements of rock.
  • After that they have achieved world wide fame with their harmonious singing and country-influenced songs.
  • Its harmonious management was presented as a basic duty of the community.
  • The emperor kept heaven and earth in harmonious balance through his absolute power.
  • How harmonious everything was, the stars, the earth, the sea, the people! Cited from The Wind Bloweth, by Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne
  • We are a respectable and harmonious party, but we need life -- young life! Cited from Big Game, by Mrs. George de Horne Vaizey
  • In the last line, this poem tells us to lead a harmonious life by becoming one with all people.
  • Ancient Chinese beliefs placed great importance in the harmonious co-existence of man and nature.
  • Labor relations are also less harmonious in the public sector than in the private sector.
  • These were later said by members to be the most relaxed and harmonious years since the beginning.
  • She lived a harmonious family life, and the family was known as "The happy family".
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Meaning of harmonious

  • adjective Musically pleasing