Definition of euphonic in English:

euphonic

adjective

See euphony

  • ‘It makes me worry about the translations of Anglo-Saxon poems which he includes, for as I am ignorant of that language I depend upon him to be accurate if not euphonic.’
  • ‘Nor is euphonic language the ultimate criterion for a Constitution.’
  • ‘Although opener ‘Pressure Drop’ begins with a hint of sparky, Sea and Cake-style discordance, it blooms into a gloriously euphonic chorus of ringing guitars and viola swoops spread lavishly with Archer's bedhead vocals.’
  • ‘Other euphonic nuggets such as ‘Sign Lily Sign’ and ‘She's a Nut’ serve as equivocal eardrum delight.’
  • ‘Both of my sisters changed their names on marriage, their husbands having much more euphonic surnames, even although the younger one emerged from the womb reading The Female Eunuch.’

Pronunciation

euphonic

/juːˈfɒnɪk/