from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- adj. Lacking in harmony.
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- adj. The opposite of harmonious; lacking harmony.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Unharmonious; discordant.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Inharmonious; discordant; incongruous.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking in harmony
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American families were more than twice as likely as those living anywhere else to have so-called disharmonious relationships, or those defined by strong negative feelings, such as disagreement and tension, without any strong positive feelings, including feelings of closeness and amicability.
As I'm sure you all know, in China, as opposed to the U.S., often asking questions that begin with "Why …", or 'making waves', are seen as being 'disharmonious', and thus undesirably troublesome.
In the combination are: statecraft defect: poor governance], terrible geopolitical constraints, dominating class structures, poverty and unequal development, matched by 'disharmonious' religious education.
But those who did sport the blue and white halves displayed it in spades against Fulham to give credence to the manager Steve Kean's claims that, despite a disharmonious backdrop, team spirit remains intact.
Otherwise it may seem quite unmutual and disharmonious.
I have mustered up the courage to delve into my shadows consciously; to take an honest look at the disharmonious aspects of myself and to make the choice to challenge my anger with understanding, my distrust with open-heartedness and so on.
That's lucky for him, because "Lasers" is mealy-mouthed, disharmonious and forgettable - the embodiment of corporate desire and artistic aspiration colliding messily.
In all cases there is a considerable recognition that human progress has become disharmonious.
It undermines the dignity and self‑worth of target group members and, more generally, contributes to disharmonious relations among various racial, cultural and religious groups, as a result eroding the tolerance and open‑mindedness that must flourish in a multicultural society which is committed to the idea of equality.
The colors are disharmonious and the cacophony of color makes me uncomfortable and motivates me to want to avoid the room.