Examples from literature
- But I must say that a great many poor writers have purposely inserted such verses into their prose, believing that they would make it more euphonious.
- I did not believe in old family names unless they were peculiarly euphonious.
- It is more probable that he thought he had succeeded in choosing an elegant name with a certain suggestion of the old classics, which was euphonious and not quite common.
- There was a clock in some corner of the house which chimed the quarter, the half, the three-quarters, and the hour in strange, euphonious, and pathetic notes.
- To such listeners, a comparatively meaningless succession of tones and chords is sufficiently enjoyable, so long as each separate particle, each beat or measure, is euphonious in itself.