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phil·har·mon·ic / ˌfilərˈmänik; ˌfilhär-/ • adj. devoted to music (chiefly used in the names of orchestras): the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra. • n. a philharmonic orchestra or the society that sponsors it (chiefly used in names): the tireless musicians of the Philharmonic.

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philharmonic devoted to music. XVIII. — F. philharmonique — It. filarmonico; see PHILO-, HARMONIC.

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