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harmony
A combination of musical sounds considered to be pleasing.
harmonious
1. Marked by agreement and good will; friendly. 2. Pleasing to the ear; melodious.
adapt
To change or adjust for a certain purpose.
adaptation
The act or process of adapting; change or adjustment to meet new conditions.
inspiration
1. Someone or something that inspires. 2. Something that is inspired; a sudden, original idea.
inspire
To stimulate to creativity or action.
excellence
The condition or quality of being excellent; superiority.
excel
To be better than or superior to (others; surpass.
imposition
Something imposed, as a tax or burden.
impose
To bring about by exercising authority; force to prevail. To take advantage of.
genetic
Of, affecting, or affected by a gene or genes.
gene
A unit, located at a particular point on a chromosome, that controls or acts in the transmission of a hereditary characteristic, such as hair color or eye color in human beings, from parents to offspring.
academy
A school for a special field of study.
academic
Of a school or college.
variety
1. A number of different kinds, usually within the same general grouping; an assortment. 2. A kind or form.
various
Of different kinds.
narrative
A story or description; a narrated account.
narrate
To supply the running commentary for a motion picture or other performance.
disposition
1. An act of disposing of, as by transferring ownership or throwing away. 2. One's usual mood; temperament.
dispose
To place or set in a particular order; arrange. To get rid of, as by attending to or settling, giving or selling, destroying or throwing away, or eating or dinking.
triumph
To be victorious; win; prevail. The instance or fact of being victorious; success.
triumphant
Victorious; successful.
derivation
Something that is derived.
derive
To obtain or originate from a source.