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æquisonant (not comparable)

  1. Obsolete form of equisonant.
    • 1840, J. A. Hamilton and Thomas Busby, A Dictionary of Three Thousand Musical Terms, page 4:
      Strictly speaking, only unisons are æquisonant; but the same property is often allowed to octaves, because, to the common ear, octaves seem but a doubling of the same sound.