consonance


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  • noun

Synonyms for consonance

pleasing agreement, as of musical sounds

Synonyms for consonance

the repetition of consonants (or consonant patterns) especially at the ends of words

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the property of sounding harmonious

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Smullen, out of luck on three Weld-trained favourites on the card, scored on board Joe Murphy's Consonance in the James P Cunningham Electrical Handicap and followed-up when 9/10 favourite Three Kingdoms made all for an emphatic win in the concluding maiden.
This paper examines several elements as part of an expository account of McMullin's contribution toward the discussion of consonance between Christian faith and the natural sciences.
Consonance, who was heavily backed to finish a neck second to a progressive type in a Roscommon maiden on his second start, looks capable of winning a few races this year.
according to which consonance was considered to be determined by the perfection of the ratio.
of Huddersfield), the 1998 signing of the Belfast Agreement, or the Good Friday Agreement, signaled the birth of a new political consonance.
Trading Corporation of Pakistan said that the rates received in this tender are in consonance with the prevailing international market prices in urea.
But, this certainly does not mean that Gruevski can, alone, invite a referendum without consonance from the opposition.
The award also comes in consonance with the respect Shaikh Khalifa has for education, knowledge and sciences to which he dedicated his efforts to promote Bahrain.
We have provided the most suitable shopping atmosphere in the market in a way that will preserve the old heritage aspect in consonance with the nature of the original souk," he said.
The consonance for Trpevski is only given to not cause a diplomatic scandal and avoid worsening of the relations between the two countries.
This is our sovereign decision and the government of Pakistan will take decisions only in consonance with its own national interests," The Dawn quoted Basit as saying.
Cognitive dissonance is the uncomfortable feeling we get when our minds are registering conflicting information, when this happens, our natural reaction is to induce dissonance reducing thoughts or actions to regain consonance.
Schreker's music, as conductor Kent Nagano has noted, "is extremely unsettling, for one rarely senses any consonance of the genuine resolution of a dissonance.
By exposing the philosophical consonance that in fact exists between science and religion--a consonance that is mutually affirmed by both--Dowe sets out to demonstrate a foundation for a viable working, even harmonious, relationship between these often conflicted disciplines.
The second section explains psychoacoustics, including human hearing; loudness, pitch, and timbre; sound masking; the ear's filters; auditory distortions; delay; consonance and dissonance; locating sounds; and binaural listening.