consonance
Noun

consonance

  1. (prosody) The repetition of consonant sounds, but not vowels as in assonance.
  2. (chiefly, music) Harmony; agreement; lack of discordance.
    • 1865, John Tyndall, On Radiation: The "Rede" Lecture, Delivered in the Senate-house Before the University of Cambridge on Tuesday, May 16, 1865, page 33 ↗
      Like a musical string, the optic nerve responds to the waves with which it is in consonance, while it refuses to be excited by others of almost infinitely greater energy, whose period of recurrence are not in unison with its own.
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