unisonous

unisonous

[yoo-nis-uh-nuhs]
adjective
being in unison.
Also, unisonal, unisonant.


Origin:
1775–85; < Medieval Latin ūnison(us) (see unison) + -ous

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unison (ˈjuːnɪsən, -zən)
 
n
1.  music
 a.  the interval between two sounds of identical pitch
 b.  (modifier) played or sung at the same pitch: unison singing
2.  complete agreement; harmony (esp in the phrase in unison)
 
[C16: from Late Latin ūnisonus, from uni- + sonus sound]
 
u'nisonous
 
adj
 
u'nisonal
 
adj
 
u'nisonant
 
adj

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