dissonant

[ dis-uh-nuhnt ]SEE DEFINITION OF dissonant

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR DISSONANT

She was fitted to this landscape, whereas the other woman was alien and dissonant.

Cicero found it barren and dissonant, and as such he had to deal with it.

Their apparel is indifferent, so it be dissonant from the laity.

They were taller and bulkier than the Cambrians, and were speaking a dissonant English jargon.

The ringers cracked a bell in Briarfield belfry; it is dissonant to this day.

My mother's aversions and attachments, habits and views, were dissonant with my own.

Even Strabo omits some names, because they were too rough and dissonant.

There are no perfect chords, dissonant chords or false chords.

Are consecutive major thirds justly regarded as harsh and dissonant?

The snarling growls now rose to shrieks, and the croaking quocks to loud, dissonant cries.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR DISSONANT

inharmonious

adjectivelacking harmony
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