harmonize

harmonize

/ˈhɑːmənʌɪz/
(British harmonise)
verb
[with object]
1 Add notes to (a melody) to produce harmony.
1.1 no object Sing or play in harmony.
2 no object Produce a pleasing visual combination.
3 Make consistent or compatible.

Origin
Late 15th century (in the sense ‘sing or play in harmony’): from French harmoniser, from harmonie (see harmony).

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Do your part
Right from the start.
Look out for others.
Harmonize your heart.

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