unharmonious

ADJECTIVE
  1. not in harmony
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How To Use unharmonious In A Sentence

  • ‘If the needle is to the left, then you might live an unbalanced or unharmonious life,’ the screen stated nonchalantly.
  • The noises were jarring and even more unharmonious.
  • Amongst all that white, in a striking unharmonious sight, the only black slab was the one which marked the tomb I had come to revisit that day.
  • It can trace its roots back to 1854, but an unharmonious dispute has blown up over how a band which has been enshrined in local culture for so long seems to have moved over the border.
  • The often unharmonious L.A. streetscape makes a perfect laboratory for evaluating this missive.
  • The Georgia code did not purport to make new law, or to “graft upon our system any new features extracted from others, and unharmonious with our own.” A History of American Law
  • These snippets, however, sit awkwardly on top of the rewritten play, creating an unharmonious result. The Times Literary Supplement
  • If someone temporarily forced him into a direct look by speaking to him, then this extremely unharmonious face, jagging angularly in all its features, would become somewhat reserved, wily, shifting, and downright hypocritical. enowning
  • In addition, the mixing is second-rate and unharmonious in places.
  • There are three juxtaposed but not - in - sync images in this work. Unharmonious frequencies song repeatedly and randomly.
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