[ yoo-fuh-nee ]
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Part of Speech noun
Origin + Etymology
Mid 15th century from French euphonie, from Late Latin euphonia, from Greek euphonia "sweetness of voice," related to euphonos "well-sounding," from eu- "good" (see eu-) + phone "sound, voice,"
  • melody
  • sound
  • cacophony
agreeableness of sound; pleasing effect to the ear, especially a pleasant sounding or harmonious combination or succession of words
The lush, green park had a euphony of birds chirping and children laughing.
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