Synonyms of harmony
1 accordDictionary • a future in which humans live in harmony with nature
accord • I found myself in total accord.
understanding • We had not set a date but there was an understanding between us.
peace • a period of relative peace in the country's industrial relations
agreement • The talks ended in acrimony rather than agreement.
friendship • a whole new world of friendship and adventure
unity • Speakers at the rally mouthed sentiments of unity.
sympathy • I still have sympathy with this point of view.
consensus • The declaration reflects a growing consensus on the types of reform necessary in developing countries.
cooperation • A deal with Japan could open the door to economic cooperation with East Asia.
rapport • He said he wanted to establish a rapport with them.
compatibility • Dating allows people to check out their compatibility before making a commitment to one another.
assent • He gave his assent to the proposed legislation.
unanimity • All decisions would require unanimity.
concord • A climate of concord and tolerance prevails among the Muslim and Christian Egyptian citizens.
amity (formal) • Over the past two decades the countries have lived in amity.
2 tuneDictionary • singing in harmony
tune • It was an ordinary voice, but he sang in tune.
melody • Her voice was full of melody.
3 balanceDictionary • the ordered harmony of the universe
consistency • There's always a lack of consistency in matters of foreign policy.
correspondence • correspondences between Eastern religions and Christianity
symmetry • the incredible beauty and symmetry of a snowflake
compatibility • National courts can freeze any law while its compatibility with European Community legislation is tested.
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• I found myself in total accord.
• The talks ended in acrimony rather than agreement.
amity (formal)Amity is peaceful, friendly relations between people or countries.
• Over the past two decades the countries have lived in amity.
Thesaurus for harmony from the Collins English Thesaurus