dissonance[ dis-uh-nuh ns ]SEE DEFINITION OF dissonance
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISSONANCE
The dissonance is at its highest, yet the hour has struck for the lift of harmony.
There is dissonance from chaos; the song clears as the order begins.
The dissonance between her feelings and her actions troubled her no whit.
A "Meditation" is bleak, with a strong, free use of dissonance.
They concentrated, tuned, turned their thoughts against the dissonance.
And the dissonance of the complaint jarred her back to common-sense.
Terence Mann stopped playing, tense with a dissonance of perplexity.
Upon his ears a thousand sounds seemed to beat in tumult—and dissonance.
But Nature was just as fair that ambrosial September day as if there was not a dissonance.
There is among the four qualities within his life no dissonance.