noun, plural dis·cor·dan·cies.
- discordant alternation,
Origin of discordancy
Examples from the Web for discordancy
In such a discordancy of sentiments it is better to look to the nature of things than to the humors of men.
Often and often, when Memminger has said to me, with an oath, "Why this discordancy in our totals?"Christmas Eve and Christmas Day|Edward E. Hale
With regard to their origin, there is a variety as well as discordancy of opinions.Castes and Tribes of Southern India|Edgar Thurston
There was some discordancy between the clerical and lay doctors upon other points.The Rise of the Dutch Republic, Volume I.(of III) 1555-66|John Lothrop Motley
In the latter case they offend each other by pity, or by reproach; and the discordancy carries itself to matters of commerce.The Writings Of Thomas Paine, Volume III.|Thomas Paine