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unisonous

or unisonal, unisonant

[yoo-nis-uh-nuh s] /yuˈnɪs ə nəs/
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1.
being in unison.
Origin of unisonous
1775-1785
1775-85; < Medieval Latin ūnison(us) (see unison) + -ous
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