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sympathy, n. 1. harmony, agreement, accord, concert, rapport; concord, concordance, congruity, consonance, conformance, correspondence; bond, link, tie, union, unity; correlation, mutuality, reciprocity, congeniality, compatibility, closeness, familiarity, intimacy, mutual attraction; similarity, likeness, affinity, sameness, similitude; communion, fellowship, brotherhood, sisterliness, friendship, camaraderie.
2. compassion, commiseration, ruth, heart, pity, concern, care, solicitousness; condolence, tears, sorrow, consolation, comfort, solace; affection, love, agape, brotherly
or sisterly love; humanity, humaneness, responsiveness, kindness, kindliness, benevolence; considerateness, thoughtfulness, patience, consideration; fellow feeling, understanding, empathy, getting into somebody else's skin, walking in somebody else's shoes; mercy, mercifulness, clemency, tenderness, tender-heartedness, warm-heartedness, warmth, gentleness, benignity, charity.
3. approval, assent, nod,
Inf. O.K., Inf. okay, endorsement, sanction, approbation, go-ahead, thumbs up; consent, acquiescence, concurrence; favor, esteem, good will, well-wishing, high regard; encouragement, assistance, backing, patronage, cooperation; appreciation, admiration, commendation, applause, plaudits, praise, kudos.

symphonious, adj. 1. harmonious, in harmony, euphonious, symphonic, homophonic, monodic; assonant, unisonous, unisonant, unisonal, Music, isotonic; tuneful, in tune; musical, melodic, melodious, ariose, pleasant-sounding, pleasant to the ear; resonant, chiming.
2. concordant, accordant, consonant, agreeing, in agreement, in accord, correspondent, corresponding, in correspondence; concurrent, concurring, consentient, consentaneous; unanimous, in unison, as one, in rapport, of the same mind, of one mind, like-minded, single-minded.

symphony, n. 1. piece, opus; sonata, concerto, fantasia; tone poem, symphonic poem, symphonic ode; classical music, concert music, symphonic music, Inf. longhair music.
2. orchestra, symphony orchestra, Philharmonic.
3. concert, pop
or pops concert; performance, show, recital.
4. concord, concordance, accord, accordance, consonance, consonancy; agreement, consensus, correspondence, correspondency, congruity, congruence, congruousness.
5. harmony, harmoniousness,
Obs. concent, euphony, homophony, monody, Rare, unisonance, Obs. consort; Music, polyphony, Music, counterpoint; tune, melody, diapason; chord, resonance, chime, chiming, attunement; chorus, one voice, single voice.

symposium, n. 1. conference, panel discussion, round table; debate, parley, colloquy, powwow, Fr. pourparler, confabulation; congress, synod, convocation, assembly.
2. compendium, compilation, abstract, review, survey, summary, epitome, synopsis; dissertation, treatise, discourse, tract, thesis, essay, theme.
3.
(in ancient Greece and Rome) revel, festival, party, fete; saturnalia, jollification, wassail, carousal, gala.

symptom, n. 1. characteristic, feature, trait, earmark, specific, peculiarity; manifestation, evidence, diagnostic, index, means of identifying or recognizing, proof; accompaniment, concomitant, side effect; syndrome, pattern, picture, image.
2. sign, sure sign, dead giveaway, mark, symbol, representation, indication; signal, marker, warning, red light, cue, tip, notice,
Sl. tip-off.

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