On the other hand, discordance between the clocks in DNA and those in rocks can also be the source of new predictions.
But a further difficulty arises from the discordance of the results of different experiments.
The other was to be found in the discordance of the component parts of the Empire.
Again, what discordance is there not as to the most equitable repartition of taxation!
The latter is imperfection only; the former deadness or discordance.
Even when unconscious the strange being had an aura of discordance about its mind.
His endeavor to meet and harmonize this discordance is called sin.
She has given a common language to nations separated by the discordance and the rudeness of their dialects.
From somewhere the discordance of a Victrola jarred on Lane's sensitive ears.
The discordance between the actual Victoria and this strange Divinity made in Mr. Gladstone's image produced disastrous results.
discordance dis·cor·dance (dĭ-skôr'dns)
The presence of a given genetic trait in only one member of a pair of identical twins.