American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Lack of harmony; discord.
- n. Something not in accord; a conflict: "the disharmonies that assail the most fortunate of mortals” ( Peter Gay).
- n. A combination of sounds considered dissonant or unpleasant.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. Want of harmony; discord; incongruity.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. rare Want of harmony; discord; incongruity.
- n. a lack of harmony
- dis- + harmony (Wiktionary)
“But disharmony is the very reason why a centre for harmonizing is necessary.”
“In fact, the "dirty little secret" that he perceives - the "disharmony" - apparently doesn't exist in the first place.”
“143 Additionally, the brief discounted the suggestion that the marital rape exemption itself promotes domestic harmony and reconciliation, stating, "Marital disharmony is created by the sexual violence, not by a subsequent criminal prosecution.”
“The rebellious angel then tries singing another tune, which is also in disharmony.”
“disharmony' - societal disharmony; such as crime.”
“disharmony' - is generated by the effects of youngsters not having fathers around.”
“Yum - I love what you wrote about coleslaw and the 'disharmony' it can create in a meal if it's no good.”
“Also, if the self disappears into harmony, how can there be the kind of disharmony associated with emotion?”
“Ramos confirmed on Saturday certain foreigners would not be allowed into the country as they might cause "disharmony", but said the published list did not come from his office.”
“But, it will be urged, ill-health is quite another kind of disharmony than vice.”
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