Definition of Disharmony

1. Noun. A lack of harmony.

Exact synonyms: Inharmoniousness
Generic synonyms: Dissonance
Derivative terms: Inharmonious, Inharmonious



Definition of Disharmony

1. n. Want of harmony; discord; incongruity.

Definition of Disharmony

1. Noun. The absence of harmony or concordance. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Disharmony

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Medical Definition of Disharmony

1. The state of being deranged or lacking in orderliness. (05 Mar 2000)

Lexicographical Neighbors of Disharmony

dishable
dishabled
dishables
dishabling
dishallow
dishallowed
dishallowing
dishallows
disharmonic
disharmonies
disharmonious
disharmonize
disharmonized
disharmonizes
disharmonizing
disharmony (current term)
dishaunt
dishaunted
dishaunting
dishaunts
dishcloth
dishcloth gourd
dishcloths
dishclout
dishclouts
dishdasha
dishdashas
disheart
dishearted
dishearten

Literary usage of Disharmony

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Art of Worldly Wisdom by Baltasar Gracián y Morales, Joseph Jacobs (1892)
"are torn asunder by such disharmony and get involved in contradictory obligations. Such excesses not only destroy firmness of will ; all power of judgment ..."

2. The Book of Life by Upton Sinclair (1922)
"CHAPTER XXXIII SEX AND NATURE (Maintains that our sex disorders are not the result of natural or physical disharmony.) Elie Metchnikoff, one of the greatest ..."

3. The Nature of Man: Studies in Optimistic Philosophy by ll'ia [ll'ich] Mechnikov, Elie Metchnikoff, Peter Chalmers Mitchell (1905)
"It is plain that there is here an instance of a very recently acquired disharmony. The homology between certain portions of the male and female reproductive ..."

4. Readings in Industrial Society: A Study in the Structure and Functioning of by Leon Carroll Marshall (1918)
"4°5- D. The Old Order Changeth disharmony THE RESULT OF CHANGED INDUSTRIAL CONDITIONS' I ally myself with those who hold that a social movement is sure to ..."

5. Psychoanalysis and Love by André Tridon (1922)
"disharmony Between the Parents, culminating in divorce or desertion, has wrecked the future of thousands of children. Not every unhappy home has produced ..."

6. The Book of Life, Mind and Body by Upton Sinclair (1922)
"CHAPTER XXXIII SEX AND NATURE (Maintains that our sex disorders are not the result of natural or physical disharmony.) Elie Metchnikoff, one of the greatest ..."

7. The Care of the Body by Francis Cavanagh (1907)
"Statistics—LCC and spectacles—A "disharmony " between man and his environments—Distant vision the intention—Close vision our modern need—The structure of ..."

8. And They Called His Name Immanuel: I Am Sananda by Sananda, Sananda Iscarioth, Judas Iscarioth (1993)
"However, where traces of human order are active, there smallness, lack of dignity and lack of beauty testify to disharmony. But man who, with swollen chest, ..."

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