In both cases, he explained, “an expert hand must constantly bring disharmony back to consonance.”
That I would never say or do anything not in consonance with her standards I knew.
But this does not seem in consonance with the Aristotelian use of these terms.
In his later expressions this consonance and conciliatory animus show up more strongly rather than otherwise.
These could appreciate; and counselled me in consonance with my half-formed resolution.
Ordinarily there was a certain reserve in Miriam's demonstrations of affection, in consonance with the delicacy of her friend.
The latter supposition is more in consonance with the word appointed.
In the tumult of the water there is consonance with that agitating her own bosom.
The old palace is oriental and charming, and in consonance with the country.
The change of rulers was, on the whole, in consonance with the wishes and feelings of the Phoenicians.
early 15c., "agreement among persons," from Old French consonance (12c.) "consonance, rhyme," from Latin consonantia "harmony, agreement," from consonantem (nominative consonans) (see consonant). Meaning "correspondence of sounds" is from 1580s.