[ dis-kawr-dn-see ]

noun,plural dis·cor·dan·cies.

Origin of discordancy

First recorded in 1600–10; discordance + -y3

Words Nearby discordancy

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How to use discordancy in a sentence

  • Of the vision itself there being but one account, by this singleness discordancy is saved.

    Not Paul, But Jesus | Jeremy Bentham
  • He gave an impatient sigh, the sigh of a man; who realises the discordancy of life and imperfectly resigns himself to it.

    The Man Who Was Good | Leonard Merrick
  • With regard to their origin, there is a variety as well as discordancy of opinions.

  • Often and often, when Memminger has said to me, with an oath, "Why this discordancy in our totals?"

  • In the latter case they offend each other by pity, or by reproach; and the discordancy carries itself to matters of commerce.