Did you perhaps mean one of these? dissonant, indignant, unisonant
- From the Italian undisono, from the Latin undisonus. (Wiktionary)
“Knowing that there's a word - groak - for staring silently at someone while they eat, perhaps in the hope that they will give you some food, or that the word undisonant denotes the sound that waves make when crashing on the shore will gain you nothing except the joy of knowing it.”
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