Noun(1) the repetition of consonants (or consonant patterns(2) the property of sounding harmonious
(1) The chaste Sanskrit verse steeped in Vaishnavite bhakti tradition is surprisingly, or perhaps not surprisingly, in complete spiritual consonance with a prayer from the Native American tradition that concludes the book.(2) In Chapter II attention is focused on Dante's use of consonance and assonance to create specific effects leading to a sort of ├ö├ç├┐musical vision├ö├ç├û.(3) Such a commission can assist those agencies and ensure that their powers are in consonance with the laws and practices of Hong Kong, he said.(4) The Vatican really didn't seem to be in consonance with that.(5) He even appreciates the aesthetics of the game, wherein lies a kind of abstract expressionism - the non sequiturs, the shapes of words themselves, the improbable consonance of consonants.(6) And in consonance with Chinese architectural tradition, the site includes numerous symbols evoking the local culture and environment.(7) Certainly it is the ambition of most philosophical systems to resolve the blooming confusion of the world into consonance .(8) Almost unannounced, we started achieving consonance .(9) The Ulster-born poet's fondness for obscure consonance , half-rhymes and visual rhymes has become an instantly identifiable signature, mostly exhilarating, sometimes galling, even pretentious.(10) It's in consonance with the nature of their work.(11) He is the answer to the prayers of those tongue-tied guys, the romantically handicapped, the timid ones whose words are not in consonance with their feelings.(12) consonance between conservation measures and existing agricultural practice(13) It is important to emphasise that changes in economic circumstances may again make it necessary to take appropriate monetary measures, which may not be in consonance with the present easy liquidity conditions.(14) As with the Old Hall music, consonance and sonority are all-important, but now textures are more complex, with intricate ornamental rhythms and a greater number of parts allowing a much wider pitch range.(15) the abrupt quality of the sound is echoed in the final ├ö├ç├┐t├ö├ç├û consonance of ├ö├ç├┐discreet├ö├ç├û and ├ö├ç├┐shut├ö├ç├û(16) a constitution in consonance with the people's customs
1. agreement ::
2. accord ::
3. harmony ::
4. unison ::
6. congruity ::
7. congruence ::
8. concord ::
1. disproportion ::
2. disunity ::
kawalan ng pagkakaisa
3. imbalance ::
kawalan ng timbang
Different Formsconsonance, consonances
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