Concinnity [kən-SIN-ih-tee]

Part of speech: noun
Origin: Latin, 16th century

1. The skillful and harmonious arrangement or fitting together of the different parts of something.
2. Studied elegance of literary or artistic style.

Examples of concinnity in a sentence

“The combined effect of the performances, stage sets, and dazzling lighting made the Broadway show a model of concinnity.”

“Masha seeks out art that displays a complex concinnity of African influences.”