- not harmonious; discordant; unmelodious.
- not congenial or compatible; discordant; disagreeing: It was unpleasant to spend an evening with such an inharmonious group.
Origin of inharmonious
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Examples from the Web for inharmonious
But a man-made code that is inharmonious with the moral law is an unjust law.Alex Haley’s 1965 Playboy Interview with Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
January 19, 2014
And once more, the inharmonious and unseemly nature can only tend to disproportion?The Republic
The connection is often abrupt and inharmonious, and far from clear.Philebus
How inharmonious a setting, then, for Dr. Sevier, was 3½ Carondelet street!Dr. Sevier
George W. Cable
Their music is for the most part religious, inharmonious, and unmelodious.The Great White Tribe in Filipinia
Paul T. Gilbert
It was all so grotesque, so empty, so play-actor-like—so inharmonious with Death!The Wind Bloweth
Brian Oswald Donn-Byrne
- Also: inharmonic (ˌɪnhɑːˈmɒnɪk) lacking harmony; discordant
- lacking accord or agreement
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Word Origin and History for inharmonious
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