from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Inharmonious; discordant; disagreeable in sound.


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  • Had it not been for the fortunate visit of the trappers to Gale's camp, without doubt every man in it would have perished at the hands of the Blackfeet: a piece of bad fortune not unaccordant with that which seemed to pursue the enterprises set on foot by the active but unlucky New England trader.

    The River of the West


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