Definition of Homotony

1. harmony of tone [n HOMOTONIES]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Homotony

homothallism
homothallisms
homothecy
homothermal
homothermic
homothermous
homothet
homothetic
homotheticities
homotheticity
homothets
homothety
homotolerance
homotonic
homotonous
homotony (current term)
homotope
homotoped
homotopes
homotopic
homotopical
homotopically
homotopies
homotoping
homotopy
homotransplant
homotransplantation
homotransplants
homotrimer
homotrimeric

Literary usage of Homotony

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1. The Radical: and Advocate of Equality: Presenting a Series of Expostulatory by Paul Brown (1835)
"... in their homotony of vesture, whether in point of form or coloring. Diversity of complexion, features, conformation, and bulk, require diversity of ..."

2. Theodore of Studium: His Life and Times by Alice Gardner (1905)
"... and " homotony " (if we may coin abstract terms from the expressions of Theodosius) hold good within limits, yet we cannot expect to find the accents ..."

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