Definition of unisonous in US English:

unisonous

adjective

  • See unison

    • ‘Its various repertoire covers a wide range of musical works from unisonous songs to polyphonic compositions of the Renaissance.’
    • ‘To this day unisonous singing has survived in Hevsureti, Tusheti and other mountainous areas.’
    • ‘Elsewhere in Hungary unisonous singing gained momentum around 1540 with the advent of the first Protestant reformers.’
    • ‘He urged the whole nation to promote a unisonous regional development in the country in the next five years.’
    • ‘At least one type of signal in the set of signals is synchronously averaged to provide an unisonous output.’

Pronunciation

unisonous

/yo͞oˈnisənəs/