pleasant in sound; agreeable to the ear; characterized by euphony: a sweet, euphonious voice.
- eu·pho·ni·ous·ly, adverb
- eu·pho·ni·ous·ness, noun
- non·eu·pho·ni·ous, adjective
- non·eu·pho·ni·ous·ly, adverb
- non·eu·pho·ni·ous·ness, noun
- un·eu·pho·ni·ous, adjective
- un·eu·pho·ni·ous·ly, adverb
- un·eu·pho·ni·ous·ness, noun
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How to use euphonious in a sentence
That was her idea, I assure you,—my own depravity could suggest nothing more euphonious than Canajoharie.A Hoosier Chronicle | Meredith Nicholson
But they are grand men, and their names are quite as euphonious as some English ones we could pick out.Mary and I | Stephen Return Riggs
There were sedgy plants in bloom, jack-in-the-pulpit, and what might have been a lily, with a more euphonious name.A Little Girl in Old Salem | Amanda Minnie Douglas
The latter example might have been called a Collar of 8, 8, were it not that that name is less euphonious than SS.
These native names are generally much more significant, and euphonious than the Saxon, Gaelic, or Celtic.Official Report of the Niger Valley Exploring Party | Martin Robinson Delany