- lack of harmony; discord.
- something discordant.
Origin of disharmony
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Examples from the Web for disharmony
Finally, disharmony is implied in and necessitated by the very fact of progress.Theism or Atheism
In a word, there reigns such a disharmony in the room as makes me feel poorly.The Inferno
What is to be done with these facts of disharmony and conflict?Human Nature and Conduct
Even the wisest among you is only a disharmony and hybrid of plant and phantom.Thus Spake Zarathustra
We should thus have a second disharmony superposed upon the first.Woman and Womanhood
C. W. Saleeby
- lack of accord or harmony
- a situation, circumstance, etc, that is inharmonious
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Word Origin and History for disharmony
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