Definition of euphoniously in English:



See euphonious

  • ‘The long-flowing lines smile euphoniously, without generating harsh inner tensions, and evoking a serenity appropriate to G major's blessedness.’
  • ‘The Hoopoe is euphoniously named for its call.’
  • ‘Snarled hanks of colored line nest devotedly against one another and suspend euphoniously from a planar filigree of black over white.’
  • ‘Another hot new technique for field biologists is the euphoniously named science of molecular scatology.’
  • ‘Some Uzbek soups are euphoniously called shurpa, and a prominent range of main dishes there go under the name plov.’