Grounded vs Harmony - What's the difference?

grounded | harmony |

As an adjective grounded

is (aviation|of an airman) not allowed to fly.

As a verb grounded

is (ground).

As a proper noun harmony is

or harmony can be (fandom slang) the ship of characters.



(en adjective)
  • (aviation, of an airman) Not allowed to fly.
  • (of a person, predicative) Confined to stay inside, typically by a parent, as a punishment.
  • (of a person) Mature]], sensible with well-considered [[priority, priorities.
  • (electricity, North America) Of or pertaining to an electrical conductor which is connected to earth; earthed.
  • Verb

  • (ground)
  • Anagrams

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  • Agreement or accord.
  • * America's social harmony has depended at least to some degree on economic growth. It is easier to get along when everyone, more or less, is getting ahead.'' — , '' Why It’s Time to Worry , Newsweek 2010-12-04
  • A pleasing combination of elements, or arrangement of sounds.
  • (music) The academic study of chords.
  • (music) Two or more notes played simultaneously to produce a chord.
  • (music) The relationship between two distinct musical pitches (musical pitches being frequencies of vibration which produce audible sound) played simultaneously.
  • A literary work which brings together or arranges systematically parallel passages of historians respecting the same events, and shows their agreement or consistency.
  • a harmony of the Gospels