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symphonic (adj.)

1854 "involving similarity of sounds or harmony" (implied in symphonically); see symphony + -ic. Meaning "pertaining to a symphony" is from 1864. Earlier was symphonious (1650s).

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Definitions of symphonic

symphonic (adj.)
relating to or characteristic or suggestive of a symphony;
symphonic choir
symphonic (adj.)
harmonious in sound;
the symphonic hum of a million insects
Synonyms: symphonious
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