Unisonal
Unisonal U*nis"o*nal, a. Being in unison; unisonant. -- {U*nis"o*nal*ly}, adv. [1913 Webster]

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  • unisonal — unis·o·nal …   English syllables

  • unisonal — yüˈnisənəl adjective Etymology: unison (I) + al : unisonous 1 …   Useful english dictionary

  • Unisonally — Unisonal U*nis o*nal, a. Being in unison; unisonant. {U*nis o*nal*ly}, adv. [1913 Webster] …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • cantus firmus — /kan teuhs ferr meuhs/ 1. the ancient traditional unisonal plainchant of the Christian Church, having its form set and its use prescribed by ecclesiastical tradition. 2. Music. a fixed melody to which other voices are added, typically in… …   Universalium

  • unisonous — /yooh nis euh neuhs/, adj. being in unison. Also, unisonal, unisonant. [1775 85; < ML unison(us) (see UNISON) + OUS] * * * …   Universalium

  • symphonious — adj 1. harmonious, in harmony, euphonious, symphonic, homophonic, monodic; assonant, unisonous, unisonant, unisonal, Music. isotonic; tuneful, in tune; musical, melodic, melodious, ariose, pleasant sounding, pleasant to the ear; resonant, chiming …   A Note on the Style of the synonym finder

  • plainsong — plain•song [[t]ˈpleɪnˌsɔŋ, ˌsɒŋ[/t]] n. mad the ancient traditional unisonal music of the Christian Church, having its form set and its use prescribed by ecclesiastical tradition • Etymology: 1505–15; trans. of ML cantus plānus …   From formal English to slang

  • plainsong — /ˈpleɪnsɒŋ / (say playnsong) noun the unisonal liturgical music used in the Christian church from the earliest times; Gregorian chant. Also, plainchant. {translation of Medieval Latin cantus plānus} …   Australian English dictionary

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