Being in a state of accord; harmonious.(adjective)
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Use "symphonious" in a sentence
"Humber and on the borders of Yorkshire, the inhabitants make use of the same kind of symphonious harmony, but with less variety, singing in only two parts, one murmuring in the bass, the other warbling in the acute or treble."
"June 20, 2009 5: 25 PM symphonious sweets said ..."
"The symphonious pairing of syrupy goodness and buttery richness."