Definition of Discordances

1. Noun. (plural of discordance) ¹



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Definition of Discordances

1. discordance [n] - See also: discordance

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Discordances

discontinuously
discontinuousness
disconvenience
disconvenient
discopathy
discophile
discophiles
discophilia
discophora
discophore
discophores
discoplacenta
discord
discordable
discordance
discordances (current term)
discordancies
discordancy
discordant
discordant alternans
discordant alternation
discordant atrioventricular connections
discordant thyroid nodule
discordantly
discordaunce
discordaunt
discorded
discordful
discording
discordous

Literary usage of Discordances

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1. The Museum of Science and Art by Dionysius Lardner (1856)
"discordances and isolation of the strata.—332. Corresponding observations on the organic deposits—333. Variations of the outlines of land during this age. ..."

2. Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society by Royal Astronomical Society (1891)
"Mr. Thackeray has founded his conclusion, " A correction depending on temperature will satisfy the discordances in the observations of Polaris," on the mean ..."

3. A Critical History of the Language and Literature of Antient Greece by William Mure (1850)
"They have usually been satisfied either with attempting by subtle explanations to strain palpable discordances into harmony, or with accounting for them by ..."

4. French Grammar by Théodore Charles Laporte (1848)
"OF GRAMMATICAL discordances. 1043. Grammatical discordances consist in the arrangement of words contrary to the rules of the language. ..."

5. A Theoretical and Practical Grammar of the French Language: In which the by Levizac (Jean Pons Victor Lecoutz), Anthony Bolmar (1844)
"1006. Leurs and Us stand for les Hebreux. CHAPTER X. OF GRAMMATICAL discordances, ... m the preceding chapters—grammatical discordances and ..."

6. A French Grammar: Containing, Besides the Rules of the Language, a Complete by Joseph de Laporte (1844)
"OF GRAMMATICAL discordances. 1813. Grammatical discordances consist in thé ... Of discordances. 1814. There is a discordance in language, whenever the words ..."

7. Earthquakes in the Light of the New Seismology by Clarence Edward Dutton (1904)
"... Ascertaining Wave Speeds—Especially at Small or Moderate Distances—Three Kinds of Waves, Each with its Own Speed—Wide discordances of Results—Difference ..."

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