Synonyms of 'harmonize'
to make or become harmoniousThe music had to harmonize with the seasons.
I don't think a sedentary life would altogether suit me.
correspond, , , ,
The two maps of London correspond closely.
go together, ,
Red wine and oysters don't really go together.
This article fails to cohere as a single work.
be of one mind,
be in unison
to make or become harmoniousmembers have progressed towards harmonizing their economies
I'll show you how to coordinate pattern and colours.
Their strengths in memory and spatial skills matched.
His second statement agrees with the facts.
Make sure all the patches blend together
The figures didn't seem to tally.
It is possible to reconcile these apparently opposing perspectives.
Meditation helps me to attune myself to the patient.
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in the sense of accord
in the sense of agree
to be consistentHis second statement agrees with the facts.
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