con-, 强调。-son, 声音，词源同sound. 即发出一样的声音的。
- consonance (n.)
- early 15c., "agreement among persons," from Old French consonance (12c.) "consonance, rhyme," from Latin consonantia "harmony, agreement," from consonantem (nominative consonans) (see consonant). Meaning "correspondence of sounds" is from 1580s.
- 1. a policy that is popular because of its consonance with traditional party doctrine
- 2. Cognitive consonance is a consistency between the knowledge , ideas and beliefs .
- 3. The literary conceptions which prevailed were in consonance with the social structure.
- 4. Cognitive consonance is a consistency between the knowledge, ideas and beliefs.
- 认识一致是知识 、 思想和信念之间的一致.
- 5. These things suggested a want of easy consonance with the deeper rhythms of life.
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