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- adj. Alternative form of inharmonious.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Inharmonious; unsymmetrical; also, unmusical; discordant.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
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- adj. not in harmony
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To avoid any "unharmonious" discord (i.e., save face), the government agent refused to tell me: a) who had complained, b) what entity, if any, could hear an appeal and c) the specifics of what, precisely, constituted structural alteration.
Mr. Sha, who was previously China's U.N. ambassador, is known for his unharmonious outbursts; at a meeting in September he told his boss, U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, "I never liked you."
Can our hero foil the discordant plans before they crescendo into an unharmonious climax of untold evil?
Practice 3: Minimize all the unnecessary or uninspired sound vibrations in your life—gossip, mindless television, talk radio, unharmonious music.
Syndromes is pure - to the extent that I don't believe that there's a wasted moment, extraneous visual, or unharmonious cut, and that everything you see comes from the genuine expression of a painter and philosopher who just happens to use film as his medium.
Here, Ann's emailer might not have put blog in quotes because he believes a "highschool girl' s diary" is not worthy of such a title, but rather because he believes the very word "blog" is an annoying, unharmonious contraction of weblog.
The Georgia code did not purport to make new law, or to “graft upon our system any new features extracted from others, and unharmonious with our own.”
“They hope that there will be no unharmonious voices during the Olympics period,” said Hu Jia, an activist and co-founder of a nonprofit Beijing AIDS group.
If someone temporarily forced him into a direct look by speaking to him, then this extremely unharmonious face, jagging angularly in all its features, would become somewhat reserved, wily, shifting, and downright hypocritical.
Nay, when we run over a book with our eye, we are sensible of such unharmonious composition; because we still imagine, that a person recites it to us, and suffers from the pronunciation of these jarring sounds.