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disharmonic

[ dis-hahr-mon-ik ]
/ ˌdɪs hɑrˈmɒn ɪk /
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adjective
lacking harmony; disharmonious; discordant.
without symmetry in physical form.
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Origin of disharmonic

First recorded in 1885–90; disharmon(y) + -ic
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How to use disharmonic in a sentence

  • In that dim continual journey she was like a disharmonic spirit traversing the air above where its body lies.

    Fraternity|John Galsworthy
  • These disharmonic shadows flitting in the room made a stir like the rubbing of dry straw or the hum of bees among clover stalks.

    Fraternity|John Galsworthy
  • Nature brooks no delay, and the disharmonic organism must attune itself or perish.

  • Hundreds of times he had been baffled by the hedge round that disharmonic nature.

    Fraternity|John Galsworthy
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