But in Europe, where the burden of its awful past is always present, harmony and understanding are very much desirable.
Is it possible for all these genres to live in harmony in Indio, California?
But there will be no harmony in Silsbee—population 6,600—anytime soon.
That same year, the group tried to sail to Ecuador, but its boat, the harmony, was wrecked in a tropical storm.
As long as he lives by the rules, may they live in peace, harmony, and plenty of stock splits.
While, therefore, there are many harmonies, there is but one harmony.
I had to get mentally into harmony with the people and conditions I found about me.
Let us be thankful that nature is as it is, and let us do our best to put our lives in harmony with it.
All ferocity must be misinterpretation of the divine law of harmony and mutual help.
The ideas are clear-cut and concise; the melody and harmony distinctive and strikingly characteristic.
late 14c., from Old French armonie "harmony," also the name of a musical instrument (12c.), from Latin harmonia, from Greek harmonia "agreement, concord of sounds," also as a proper name, the personification of music, literally "means of joining," used of ship-planks, etc., also "settled government, order," related to harmos "fastenings of a door; shoulder," from PIE *ar-ti-, from *ar- "to fit together" (see arm (n.1)). Musical sense is oldest in English; that of "agreement of feeling, concord" is from late 14c.
The sounding of two or more musical notes at the same time in a way that is pleasant or desired. Harmony, melody, and rhythm are elements of music.