disharmony[ dis-hahr-muh-nee ]SEE DEFINITION OF disharmony
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISHARMONY
Finally, disharmony is implied in and necessitated by the very fact of progress.
In a word, there reigns such a disharmony in the room as makes me feel poorly.
What is to be done with these facts of disharmony and conflict?
Even the wisest among you is only a disharmony and hybrid of plant and phantom.
We should thus have a second disharmony superposed upon the first.
Not in disharmony with these, if we understood them, but in harmony!
According to him, there is a disharmony of our food and our digestive system.
But also, in their disharmony was something even more fundamental.
It is a disharmony that “among highly civilized peoples marriage and regular unions are impossible at the right time.”
This becomes a cause of disharmony and excess, it causes man to wreck his health and destroy himself.
RELATED WORDS AND SYNONYMS FOR DISHARMONY
- bad blood
- bad feeling
- bone to pick
- sour note