Definitions

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  • adj. Not harmonized

Etymologies

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un- +‎ harmonized

Examples

  • So much is said of the "unharmonized" attitude of Southern women at present that I think it is as well to let the world see upon what ground it is they feel as if some time must elapse before they can honestly profess to love their enemies.

    The Last Ninety Days of the War in North-Carolina.

  • Very little seems to happen until we've been told that it's happened, that it's in the process of happening, or that it's about to happen by an unharmonized chorus of voices on media outlets and certain social networks whose names are so frequently invoked that I will refrain from doing so here.

    Kent Jones: Lost World Of New York Art

  • It's also, as proposed, one of the ugliest campuses imaginable, an unharmonized tune-up bay of inelegant geometric shapes that more suggest auto parts than arts education.

    Archive 2006-03-01

  • If a small business in Ontario is profitable it pays four municipal taxes, 11 provincial taxes including a tire tax and the GTA if they're located in Metro, and seven federal taxes, including an unharmonized PST and GST.

    Business & The NDP: Rhetoric Versus Reality

  • In most cases facing the beginning page of the hymns is an inserted leaf (not numbered) containing the traditional melody unharmonized.

    Paul Gerhardt as a Hymn Writer and his Influence on English Hymnody

  • Such uncertainty is of small concern, since our unharmonized gospels have not failed during all these centuries to produce one fair picture, to the total impression of which each teaching and deed make definite contribution quite independently of our ability to give to each its particular place in relation to the whole.

    The Life of Jesus of Nazareth

  • For harmony is not such as that to which you compare it, but first the lyre, and the chords, and the sounds yet unharmonized, exist, and, last of all, harmony is produced, and first perishes.

    Apology, Crito, and Phaedo of Socrates

  • But while the choir is thus permitted to respond in music or in harmonized chant, good taste might suggest the desirability of responding in unharmonized chant according to the exact melodies provided in the "Toni Communes Missae".

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 10: Mass Music-Newman

  • All this shows that two narratives, often differing in their presentation of the facts, have been combined, the differences in some cases being left unharmonized.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 8: Infamy-Lapparent

  • So her mood was complex enough, unharmonized, parted between opposing currents.

    Foes

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