Definition of Sonances

1. Noun. (plural of sonance) ¹



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Definition of Sonances

1. sonance [n] - See also: sonance

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sonances

sompnours
soms
somy
son-in-law
son-in-law egg
son-in-law eggs
son-of-a-bitch
son et lumière
son of a bitch
son of a gun
son of privilege
son of the manse
son of the morning
sonance
sonances (current term)
sonancies
sonancy
sonant
sonantal
sonantic
sonants
sonar
sonarlike
sonarman
sonarmen
sonars
sonata
sonata form
sonatalike

Literary usage of Sonances

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1. Transactions by Cambridge Philosophical Society (1830)
"This being premised, it will be possible to solve the problem of sonances in the particular case in which the waves are incident perpendicularly on the ..."

2. The Story of Notation by Charles Francis Abdy Williams (1903)
"... when j they know abso- B lutely nothing' of j the nature of con- | sonances; who £ cannot distinguish o between major and « S minor concords, ..."

3. The Advocate of Peace by American Peace Society (1912)
"... lest they honeycomb the native body with dis- sonances. Out of all this has grown a distinct movement toward internationalism, and today the ..."

4. The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the Series by Samuel Johnson (1810)
"... ai Sulla or Sylla. sonances are, indeed, almost overpowered by the natural harmonics of the principal chord, bnt that does not prove them agreeable. ..."

5. The Works of the English Poets, from Chaucer to Cowper: Including the Series by Samuel Johnson (1810)
"3 Some Latin words were spelled either with an » ot ay, as Sulla or Sylla. sonances are, indeed, almost overpowered by the natural harmonics of the ..."

6. Lectures on the English Language by George Perkins Marsh (1887)
"sonances. The number of English words which have no rhyme in the language, and which, of course, cannot be placed at the end of a line, is very great. ..."

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