Definition of symphonious in English:

symphonious

adjective

literary
  • Pleasant-sounding; harmonious:

    ‘a symphonious name’
    • ‘The noises of the city, voices, bells and marching feet, fell together in my ears like a symphonious orchestra.’
    • ‘Every peak and promontory shall catch up the symphonious echoes.’
    • ‘What is finer than a symphonious frog-pond?’
    • ‘Even if symphonious psalm-singing existed in the early Church, which we should like to see clearly made out, it was very soon merged in the antiphonal.’
    • ‘Hark I the symphonious strains of music swell.’
    tuneful, melodious, melodic, sweet-sounding, pleasant-sounding, sweet-toned, mellifluous, dulcet, lyrical
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Origin

Mid 17th century: from Latin symphonia symphony + -ous.

Pronunciation:

symphonious

/sɪmˈfəʊnɪəs/