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He did not understand the deep underlying dissent that made a cruel discordance in his desire for her happiness.
A LITTLE GIRL IN OLD SALEMAMANDA MINNIE DOUGLAS
Elsewhere, we feel, though we cannot explain it to ourselves, a certain discordance between the race and the soil.
THE SEAJULES MICHELET
The mountain rarely gives unity of country; far more frequently, duality, discordance, actual diversity.
THE SEAJULES MICHELET
But a further difficulty arises from the discordance of the results of different experiments.
ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA, 11TH EDITION, VOLUME 14, SLICE 1VARIOUS
Such irreconcilable discordance in the primary elements of their character forbids the thought of their amalgamation.
A DISCOURSE ON THE EVILS OF DANCINGJOHN F. MESICK
That and the disharmony existing in your mind is a large part of the 'protecting' aura of discordance that seals you off from me.
THE SHORT LIFEFRANCIS DONOVAN
There was no leading mind to assume any authority, and there was irremediable discordance of counsel.
THE EMPIRE OF AUSTRIA; ITS RISE AND PRESENT POWERJOHN S. C. ABBOTT
In some degree this magnificent composition loses force in our day from its discordance with modern senti33ment.
LIFE OF JOHN MILTONRICHARD GARNETT
Melodious as it was it seemed to jar with a horrible discordance upon the silence.
THE DUST OF CONFLICTDAVID GOODGER (GOODGER@PYTHON.ORG)
An obstacle has seen fit to remove itself; it has substituted harmony for discordance.
NEW YORK TIMES CURRENT HISTORY; THE EUROPEAN WAR, VOL 2, NO. 4, JULY, 1915VARIOUS

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