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How to use discordance in a sentence
This high-low discordance often is seen in tropical medicine.
On the other hand, discordance between the clocks in DNA and those in rocks can also be the source of new predictions.How Long Is a Year? Is the Earth Slowing Down? And Other Questions About Time | Neil Shubin | January 6, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
He did not understand the deep underlying dissent that made a cruel discordance in his desire for her happiness.A Little Girl in Old Salem | Amanda Minnie Douglas
Elsewhere, we feel, though we cannot explain it to ourselves, a certain discordance between the race and the soil.The Sea | Jules Michelet
The mountain rarely gives unity of country; far more frequently, duality, discordance, actual diversity.The Sea | Jules Michelet
But a further difficulty arises from the discordance of the results of different experiments.
Such irreconcilable discordance in the primary elements of their character forbids the thought of their amalgamation.A Discourse on the Evils of Dancing | John F. Mesick
British Dictionary definitions for discordance
geology an arrangement of rock strata in which the older underlying ones dip at a different angle from the younger overlying ones; unconformity
lack of agreement or consonance
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