例句1. the quartet owes its air of tranquillity largely to the subtle harmony’
The Lady Dowager’s gift was a purse containing a small golden effigy of the God of Learning symbolizing literary talent and harmony .
[U]harmony in opinion or feeling
In [out of] harmony (with...)
The idea of harmony stresses that all matters and all living things in the world are entities composed of different aspects and varied elements
The idea of harmony suggests that amiability begets riches. One can make one’s business successful only by creating a sound atmosphere and environment for cooperation through consultation and closer contacts
Another look at the fortress of Akershus, which once again demonstrates the harmony of the city with nature, is all the more worthwhile
Osmond made more of a point even than usual of referring to the conjugal harmony prevailing at palazzo Roccanera
Proportion is the consideration of weight,shape and division of an object．It demands that all space divisions should be pleasingly related to each other．The last principle is unity or harmony ,the both referring to one thing．
Greek philosopher and mathematician who founded in southern Italy a school that emphasized the study of musical harmony and geometry.He proved the universal validity of the Pythagorean theorem and is considered the first true mathematician.
A form that is an altered version of a given theme, diverging from it by melodic ornamentation and by changes in harmony , rhythm, or key.
With its emphasis on achieving balance and harmony and peace and tranquility at home and at work, this time-honored art relaxes their minds and helps them overcome stresses and strains of modern living
Lacking harmony ,agreement,or compatibility;discordant.
Lack of harmony ;discord.
Lack of harmony ;disagreement.
Lack of congruity or harmony ;unsuitability.
In an unclouded harmony of tastes and interests they cultivated ferns in Wardian cases
The ambiance of traditional harmony attracts top international clientele.
A sp1endour and harmony of nature invites the soul.
But awareness and consciousness do not guarantee sustained long-term economic viability and social harmony , as has been vividly demonstrated by the racial tension and economic hardship in Los Angeles in recent years
When they arrived at the ante-chamber, above the door was visible a shield, which, by its rich ornaments and its harmony with the rest of the furniture, indicated the importance the owner attached to this blazon
As you work together over time,more excitement will greet every meeting,and more harmony will arise
To be sure, either the question or the answer must be reformulated in order to bring the finite and the infinite into harmony
The other quality is the ability to work in a spirit of harmony with others.Without harmony your alliance will falter,perhaps not right away but at some crucial moment when everything is about to be won or lost.
We should encourage their pioneering spirit, protecting their legitimate rights and interests and commending the outstanding ones in an effort to create a situation in which all people are well positioned, do their best and live in harmony .
But to a broad-minded one, difference means richness in colors and postures and diversity embodies unity and harmony
to fetter the development, and if possible, prevent the formation, of any individuality not in harmony with its ways ,and compel all characters to fashion themselves upon the model of its own
Sentimentally I am disposed to harmony ;but organically I am incapable of a tune.
We must develop the political situation characterized by democracy, solidarity, liveliness, stability and harmony .
The harmony of sea and sky makes a beautiful picture.
Certainly there seemed little harmony between this pagan literature and the medieval colleges at Christminster
1.An arrangement of the four Gospels, or of any parallel narratives, which presents a single continuous narrative text.
‘We know that shortly after AD 150 Tatian composed a _harmony_ of the four gospels.’
‘The East saw the invention of the very first _harmony_ of all four Gospels: Tatian’s Diatessaron.’
2.The combination of simultaneously sounded musical notes to produce a pleasing effect.
‘the piece owes its air of tranquillity largely to the _harmony_ ’
‘an exciting variety of improvised _harmonies_ ’
3.The quality of forming a pleasing and consistent whole.
‘delightful cities where old and new blend in _harmony_ ’
‘Hegel was seeking to describe a community in which individual interests and the interests of the whole are in _harmony_ .’
4.The state of being in agreement or concord.
‘man and machine in perfect _harmony_ ’
‘We’re proud of being Nova Scotian, and all we want to do here is live in _harmony_ with other communities in an atmosphere of mutual respect.’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。