from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • n. Lack of harmony; discord.
  • n. An instance of such discord.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License

  • n. Lack of harmony.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. Lack of harmony.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Want of harmony; discord; disharmony.


in- +‎ harmony (Wiktionary)


  • Emerson loved the good, and his life was a symphony of peace and harmony; Carlyle hated the bad, and his life was a record of perpetual discord and inharmony.

    The Master Key System

  • It is often true that conditions of fear, worry, poverty, disease, inharmony, and evils of all kinds dominate us by reason of false suggestions accepted by the unguarded subconscious mind.

    The Master Key System

  • To know the Truth is, therefore, to connect yourself with a power which is irresistible and which will sweep away every kind of discord, inharmony, doubt, or error of any kind; “the Truth is mighty and will prevail.”

    The Master Key System

  • The result is that we build strength, vitality, and all constructive forces into our body, but it is through this same objective mind that all distress, sickness, lack, limitation, and forms of discord and inharmony are admitted to our lives.

    The Master Key System

  • Discord, inharmony, lack, and limitation are the result of wrong thinking.

    The Master Key System

  • If your thought has been critical or destructive and has resulted in any condition of discord or inharmony in your environment, it may be necessary for you to cultivate a mental attitude which will be conducive to constructive thought.

    The Master Key System

  • In the first case the result was mental, moral, and physical health, and in the second case discord, inharmony, and disease.

    The Master Key System

  • What is the cause of all discord, inharmony, lack, and limitation?

    The Master Key System

  • And all the while the doom-carried crash of breakers, the lonely, fated monotony of the ever-rearing white-topped waves; the sound which portended neither death nor life nor war nor peace'simply existence and shifting inharmony.

    The Bane of The Black Sword

  • "Scrofula, fever, consumption, rheumatism or small-pox never produced pain or inharmony."

    McClure's Magazine, Vol 31, No 2, June 1908


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