Pronunciation of Discordant
/dɪskˈɔːdənt/, /dɪskˈɔːdənt/, /d_ɪ_s_k_ˈɔː_d_ə_n_t/
Synonyms for discordant:
dissenting, Inconsonant, hostile, antipathetic, feuding, brawling, disharmonious, rioting, loath, bickering, warring, Squabbling, differing, clashing, contentious, rowing, antagonistic, harsh, conflicting, tense, raucous, cacophonous, dissonant, colliding, dissident, clamoring.
mismatched, various, asymmetric, disparate, varying, unmatched, differing, abnormal, unlike, conflicting, divergent, distinct, unalike, dissimilar, contrasting, unequal, heterogeneous, different, contradictory, diverse, contrary, nonuniform.
quarrelsome, antagonistic, contentious, conflicting, discord, differing, unmusical, cacophonous, fricative, unharmonious, jarring, hostile, dissonant, tuneless, unmelodious, inharmonious, disharmonious.
not in harmony; conflicting (adjective)
unmelodious, cacophonous, inconsistent, contrary, antipathetic, uncongenial, different, opposite, incompatible, inharmonious, discrepant, disagreeing, jarring, unharmonious, clashing, incongruous, divergent, harsh, Quarreling, dissonant, Inconsonant, antagonistic, contradictory.
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Sense 3 (noun)
Sense 4 (noun)
Usage examples for discordant:
- You have the trick of harmonising all that was discordant within myself. - "The Orchard of Tears", Sax Rohmer.
- He also believed in a good many things he had learned without him, and perhaps the old and the new were not so discordant as at first sight they might have seemed to be. - "The Revolution in Tanner's Lane", Mark Rutherford.
- As to other people, I should care very little; but that he should include the Vicar of Christ, this does grieve me much, to see him so discordant with truth. - "Letters of Catherine Benincasa", Catherine Benincasa.