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I think the best way is to say it out loud & trust your own ears! But generally euphony has a steady pattern that doesn’t feel rushed, soft or vibrating consonant sounds like W or Sh, repetition (like alliteration), and/or rhyme. I think all of these just cause pleasing sentences that that aren’t jarring to read or hear. It doesn’t usually contain plosive consonants like T and B, but obviously there can be exceptions so definitely go with your initial thought. I recommend googling and then reading examples so you can get used to the patterns! Hope that helped :)
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