inharmonious[ in-hahr-moh-nee-uh s ]SEE DEFINITION OF inharmonious
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR INHARMONIOUS
And once more, the inharmonious and unseemly nature can only tend to disproportion?
The connection is often abrupt and inharmonious, and far from clear.
How inharmonious a setting, then, for Dr. Sevier, was 3½ Carondelet street!
Their music is for the most part religious, inharmonious, and unmelodious.
It was all so grotesque, so empty, so play-actor-like—so inharmonious with Death!
The fourth line of that stanza is unmusical and inharmonious.
Who will mate them, and re-arrange their inharmonious combinings?
Here we have inharmonious natures of our own and others to contend with.
The same remark I have to make on his censure of inharmonious lines.
An inharmonious sound interrupted the concert—the rattle of a carriage.