or u·nis·o·nal, u·nis·o·nant
[ yoo-nis-uh-nuhs ]
/ yuˈnɪs ə nəs /
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being in unison.
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How to use unisonous in a sentence
And the poet avows his confidence that somewhen Good will praise God unisonous with Power.The Browning Cyclopdia|Edward Berdoe
The unisonous quality of octaves is easily explained when we examine the “harmonic series” of upper partials (see Sound).