noun, plural eu·pho·nies.
Examples from the Web for euphony
Here even standard English has had to make concessions to euphony.The American Language|Henry L. Mencken
It would seem that the poet must have had some motive of euphony for the change he made.Minor Poems by Milton|John Milton
I have been guided chiefly by euphony, and the sensation of 'will' as softer and gentler than 'shall.'Lafcadio Hearn|Nina H. Kennard
I cannot account for the particular case of this Christian name on any other ground than that simply of euphony.Surnames as a Science|Robert Ferguson
In some instances these endings are changed for the 645 sake of euphony, certain letters being elided.The Works of Hubert Howe Bancroft, Volume 3|Hubert Howe Bancroft