Definition of Inconsonance

1. n. Want of consonance or harmony of sound, action, or thought; disagreement.



Definition of Inconsonance

1. [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Inconsonance

inconsiderately
inconsiderateness
inconsideration
inconsistence
inconsistences
inconsistencies
inconsistency
inconsistent
inconsistently
inconsistentness
inconsisting
inconsolable
inconsolableness
inconsolably
inconsolate
inconsonance (current term)
inconsonances
inconsonant
inconspicuous
inconspicuously
inconspicuousness
inconstance
inconstancies
inconstancy
inconstant
inconstantly
inconstaunt
inconstruable
inconsumable
inconsumably

Literary usage of Inconsonance

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1. The Works of Samuel Taylor Coleridge: Prose and Verse by Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1853)
"... a possible conception (ie that it involved no logical inconsonance) from the length of lime during which the scholastic definition of the Supreme Being, ..."

2. The Life of Rutherford Birchard Hayes by Charles Richard Williams (1914)
"... his habitual reticence of judgment or commitment until all pertinent facts were in his possession, must have recognized the weird inconsonance of the ..."

3. Biographia Literaria by Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1907)
"I presumed that this was a possible conception, (ie that it involved no logical inconsonance,) from 20 the length of time during which the scholastic ..."

4. Biographia Literaria, Or, Biographical Sketches of My Literary Life and Opinions by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Henry Nelson Coleridge (1847)
"I presumed that this was a possible conception, (ie that it involved no logical inconsonance,) from the length of time during which the scholastic ..."

5. Public Health Papers and Reports by American Public Health Association (1880)
"Let me here ask, Will this proper and wholesome submission to authority long continue under the present inconsonance between theory and practice under which ..."

6. The doctrine of holy baptism: with remarks on the rev. W. Goode's 'Effects by Robert Isaac Wilberforce, William Goode (1849)
"1st, The inconsonance of the means to the end. 2ndly, Supposed interference with God's sovereignty. 3dly, The want of practical effect. ..."

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