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See definition of inharmonic on Dictionary.com
  • as inunharmonious
  • as inunmusical
  • as indissonant

synonyms for inharmonic

  • antagonistic
  • antipathetic
  • at odds
  • cacophonous
  • clashing
  • contradictory
  • contrarient
  • contrary
  • different
  • disagreeing
  • discordant
  • discrepant
  • disharmonious
  • dissonant
  • divergent
  • grating
  • harsh
  • incompatible
  • incongruous
  • inconsistent
  • inconsonant
  • jarring
  • on a sour note
  • opposite
  • quarreling
  • rude
  • strident
  • unmelodious
  • unmixable
  • unmusical
  • discordant
  • jarring
  • raucous
  • cacophonous
  • grating
  • harsh
  • inharmonious
  • strident
  • unmusical
  • cacophonic
  • disharmonic
  • disharmonious
  • out of tune
  • tuneless
  • unmelodious
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How to use inharmonic in a sentence

If one of them is present in a high degree, and the others in a low degree, the whole is inharmonic, and not highly advantageous.
FOLKWAYSWILLIAM GRAHAM SUMNER
From the post came the occasional note of an inharmonic drum, struck without rhythm by a hand gone lax.
THE COVERED WAGONEMERSON HOUGH
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WORDS RELATED TO INHARMONIC

  • cacophonic
  • cacophonous
  • discordant
  • disharmonic
  • disharmonious
  • grating
  • harsh
  • inharmonic
  • inharmonious
  • jarring
  • out of tune
  • raucous
  • strident
  • tuneless
  • unmelodious
  • unmusical
Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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