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Spell check of consonant

Correct spelling: consonant

Synonyms:
vowel, like, harmonious, harmonical, corresponding, harmonised, melodious, unbroken, alphabet, musical, accordant, harmonic, in harmony, cipher, dulcet, monogram, conformable, consistent, symphonious, concurring, congenial, coherent, in agreement, amenable, character, euphonious, harmonized, eurythmic, correspondent, undifferentiated, mellifluent, letter, sympathetic, undiversified, undeviating, invariable, symphonic, seamless, in accord, melodic, tuneful, compatible, assonant, beautiful, equable, unvarying, steady, same, agree, mellifluous, uniform, homogeneous, balanced, congruent, concordant, sweet, congruous, nonconflicting, level, literal, regular, indistinguishable, upper case, agreeable, alike, ABC, monolithic, even.

Antonyms:
disunited, inharmonious, incongruous, graceless, unfortunate, inartistic, disharmonious, inappropriate, skewed, conflictive, disharmonic, displeasing, tasteless, unsymmetrical, distasteful, unlovely, ungraceful, unaesthetic, inapt, unsuitable, dissatisfying, inapposite, unbalanced, disordered, inconsistent, infelicitous, vowel sound, unbecoming, uncoordinated, clashing, incompatible, inelegant, unequal, conflicting, unpleasant, unharmonious, inharmonic, vowel, improper, uneven, unsightly, asymmetrical, irregular, disagreeable.

Examples of usage:

1) In none of these countries, however, is the form of government so fully consonant with the party system as it is in Great Britain. - "The Government of England (Vol. I)", A. Lawrence Lowell.

2) Inside his silent cell, Holtspur had heard the clock striking the hour of twelve, in solemn lugubrious tones- too consonant with his thoughts. - "The White Gauntlet", Mayne Reid.

3) The leader from the helm leaned forward to regard him fixedly, finding his tranquillity consonant only with imperfect wits. - "The Unknown Sea", Clemence Housman.

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