harmonize

Organize vs Harmonize - What's the difference?

organize | harmonize |


In lang=en terms the difference between organize and harmonize

is that organize is to (l) with organs; to give an organic structure to; to endow with capacity for the functions of life; as, an organized being; organized matter; — in this sense used chiefly in the past participle while harmonize is to provide the harmony for a (l).

In music|lang=en terms the difference between organize and harmonize

is that organize is (music) to sing in parts while harmonize is (music) to play or sing in harmony.

As verbs the difference between organize and harmonize

is that organize is to (l) in working order while harmonize is to be in (l) (l).

Consent vs Harmonize - What's the difference?

consent | harmonize | Related terms |

Consent is a related term of harmonize.


In lang=en terms the difference between consent and harmonize

is that consent is to express willingness, to give permission while harmonize is to provide the harmony for a (l).

As verbs the difference between consent and harmonize

is that consent is to express willingness, to give permission while harmonize is to be in (l) (l).

As a noun consent

is voluntary agreement or permission.

Harmonize vs Text - What's the difference?

harmonize | text |


As a verb harmonize

is to be in (l) (l).

As a noun text is

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Correspond vs Harmonize - What's the difference?

correspond | harmonize | Related terms |

Correspond is a related term of harmonize.


As verbs the difference between correspond and harmonize

is that correspond is to be equivalent or similar in character, quantity, quality, origin, structure, function etc while harmonize is to be in (l) (l).

Harmonize vs Tally - What's the difference?

harmonize | tally | Related terms |

Harmonize is a related term of tally.


In lang=en terms the difference between harmonize and tally

is that harmonize is to provide the harmony for a (l) while tally is to correspond or agree.

As verbs the difference between harmonize and tally

is that harmonize is to be in (l) (l) while tally is to count something.

As an adjective tally is

(label) used as a mild intensifier: very (almost exclusively used by the upper classes).

As an interjection tally is

target sighted.

As a noun tally is

originally, a piece of wood on which notches or scores were cut, as the marks of number;.

As an adverb tally is

(obsolete) in a tall way; stoutly; with spirit.

Blend vs Harmonize - What's the difference?

blend | harmonize | Synonyms |

Blend is a synonym of harmonize.


As a proper noun blend

is .

As a verb harmonize is

to be in (l) (l).

Commingle vs Harmonize - What's the difference?

commingle | harmonize | Related terms |

Commingle is a related term of harmonize.


In lang=en terms the difference between commingle and harmonize

is that commingle is to become mixed or blended while harmonize is to provide the harmony for a (l).

As verbs the difference between commingle and harmonize

is that commingle is to mix, to blend while harmonize is to be in (l) (l).

Harmonize vs Comport - What's the difference?

harmonize | comport | Related terms |

Harmonize is a related term of comport.


In lang=en terms the difference between harmonize and comport

is that harmonize is to provide the harmony for a (l) while comport is to be in agreement (with); to be of an accord.

As verbs the difference between harmonize and comport

is that harmonize is to be in (l) (l) while comport is (obsolete|ambitransitive) to tolerate, bear, put up (with).

As a noun comport is

(obsolete) manner of acting; conduct; deportment.

Stipulate vs Harmonize - What's the difference?

stipulate | harmonize | Related terms |

Stipulate is a related term of harmonize.


As verbs the difference between stipulate and harmonize

is that stipulate is to require (something) as a condition of a contract or agreement while harmonize is to be in (l) (l).

As an adjective stipulate

is (botany) having stipules; that is, having outgrowths borne on either side of the base of the leafstalk.

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